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The Secret Epidemic 


Your government has a secret — lots of them, in fact. Whether these concealments are good or bad depends upon who you ask. Robb Moss and Peter Galison’s documentary Secrecy examines how the roadblocks placed in the information highway can be argued as essential to the war on terror — even though they have simultaneously impeded coordination between federal agencies. The filmmakers employ an even-handed approach and include opposing viewpoints from former CIA employees. Secrecy is showing at 7 p.m. Friday through Sunday (January 9 through 11) at Webster University’s Sverdrup Building, room 123 (8300 Big Bend Boulevard). Tickets cost $5 to $6; for details visit
Jan. 9-11, 2009

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