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Equipment failure, human error most likely causes of spills

November 16, 2013 in Uncategorized

BISMARCK — Like lost cellphone calls, most saltwater spills can be traced back to three causes: human error, equipment failure or network problems.
A review of incident reports filed with the North Dakota Department of Health since Jan. 1, 2012, f…continue reading on

Hebron is losing water: Officials sign contract with company to search for leaks

April 7, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Records show Hebron is losing hundreds of thousands of gallons of water each month, but officials are scratching their heads over where it’s going. Continue Reading

Accused of terror leaks: Former CIA officer who helped track, capture top terror suspect

January 23, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

John Kiriakou, 47, of Arlington is charged with violating the Intelligence Identities Protection Act and the Espionage Act. A judge at a federal court hearing ordered Kiriakou to be released on a $250,000 unsecured bond. Continue Reading

WHS water main leaks disrupt school activities

August 23, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON As Worthington High School students made their last-minute preparations for the first week of school, WHS administrators and staff were working hard to ensure the school building could be opened. Continue Reading

Pentagon Papers, in entirety, go public today, 40 years after leak

June 13, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

The 7,000-page report was the WikiLeaks disclosure of its time, a sensational breach of government confidentiality that shook Richard Nixon’s presidency and prompted a Supreme Court fight that advanced press freedom. Continue Reading

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United States: Leaks are a crime

November 29, 2010 in INFORUM

WASHINGTON Striking back, the Obama administration branded the leak of more than a quarter-million classified files an attack on the United States Monday and raised the prospect of criminal prosecution against the online site WikiLeaks. The Pentagon detailed new security safeguards, including restraints on small computer flash drives, to make it harder for any one person to copy and reveal so many secrets. Continue Reading

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