Thought Facebook was just for lonely self-obsessed sados? Well, you were wrong; it's also for trained killers, or at least that's the plan. Yes, Sneak has discovered that the CIA is planning to set up a social networking-type site for its operatives. Dubbed A-Space, the agency says it will help agents communicate with each other and share information, although participation is voluntary.
Considering this Web 2.0 medium is all about publicising the minutiae of one's daily life to the world, Sneak wonders if it's really appropriate for the secret service to be using? Sneak also wonders if US taxpayers will really be happy funding a project designed to allow their intelligence service operatives to avoid work for a few hours a day in order to tag their friends.
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