No matter how you feel about the WikiLeaking of the U.S. State Department documents, you have to admit this — the opportunity for risk exposure in our brave new increasingly connected world is growing by leaps and bounds.

And whether you consider WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange a freedom-of-speech hero, an international spy who should be executed for treason, or just another guy accused of sexual assault, you have to agree that he’s got a lot of people scared of him.

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