As a result of the wikileaks saga, is it time for the MoD and Armed Forces to be much more proactive in publishing information that we hold? I know the Int Corp board has discussed this, and I don't mean that we should be releasing TS stuff, but, for example, how much of the SDSR supporting paperwork can be released? Or nearly all of our J1 process related documentation, including all of our discretionary spending (with appropriate notes) could be released without the world falling in our heads. I've no doubt there are other documents that could be released (i.e. why not make all of ArmyNet free for the Internet to see? Does it really matter if MS's process are revealed?) I know there are some very real, and appropriate, concerns over OpSec, however much we might think that we are immune to a Bradley Manning type of situation, the truth is, we are not. Would it not be better to be proactive rather than wait for yet another problem to hit the MoD, and continue to be on the defensive?