[Full-Disclosure] More background on the UN's information disclosure concerns
dufresne at winternet.com
Mon Dec 9 17:10:40 GMT 2002
seriously, doesn't this discussion belong on alt.politics.rant.rant.rant
rather on this list? Of course perhaps someoone might like to create a
political discussion list.
On Mon, 9 Dec 2002, Richard M. Smith wrote:
> Few to See Full Iraqi Report
> The U.S. and other permanent Security Council members will get an
> unedited version. Details that could aid arms proliferation are to be
> excised for the rest.
> In the past, former weapons inspector Jonathan Tucker said Sunday, a
> sensitive issue has been the identity of the suppliers of dual-use
> technologies, which can be employed for either commercial or military
> purposes. Companies around the world cooperated with UNSCOM, the former
> U.N. inspection team, on the condition that they not be identified
> publicly, he said; giving their names and describing their technologies
> could be "a road map to other countries interested in obtaining dual-use
> technology," he said. The five permanent Security Council members,
> however, are presumed to already have access to such information.
> Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
> Charter: http://lists.netsys.com/full-disclosure-charter.html
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