thomasallenjones at gmail.com
Wed Dec 22 19:41:08 PST 2010
Actually - look into the history of DSNET-1 as this is where SIPR came from.
My first duty station still had 10Mbps Coax that was used for SIPR. :shudder:
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On Wednesday, December 22, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Barry Wellman wrote:
> Can anyone provide a citable statement of how SIPRNet started? -- it's
> where the WikiLeaks cables came from?
> What person/agency came up with the idea of putting all the US State Dept
> and US Defense Dept diplomatic secret and confidential cables on the
> internal net to keep all of them in the know.
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