Tuesday, July 05, 2005


The New York Times(registration) reports on critical security measures to guard information of breathtaking global import. "Not all the security measures . . . are reliant simply on good fortune, of course. Scholastic has closely policed the companies with which it works to produce and distribute the book. At each of Amazon.com's five order-fulfillment centers, for example, the books are kept in a restricted area that workers need a special pass to enter, where they are watched by security guards and are not allowed to carry anything in or out."

Some Top Tecret report related the Global War on Terror? No, silly, the new Harry Potter book.

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