WikiLeaks has played a prominent role in contemporary politics as a watchdog, or, for others, as a threat to national security. Is it okay to reveal things the government thinks should be kept away from the public? Is preserving national security ethical if the secrets violate human rights? Does government secrecy create an atmosphere of impunity for those in power? Experts analyze these questions in this comprehensive book. Topics include freedom of the press, freedom of speech, and government transparency.