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US leaks prompt questions of 'new culture'

Questions arise about culture of releasing secret information within US government after Stuxnet leaks.

Last Modified: 29 Jun 2013 02:05
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A former high ranking US military general is suspected of leaking details of a cyber attack on Iran's nuclear programme.

The case is prompting questions about the culture of releasing secret information within the United States.

Former US president George W. Bush and current president Barack Obama have publicly spoken out against leaks going out from their administrations.

Al Jazeera's Rosiland Jordan reports.

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