Also in the news: Chertoff talks cybersecurity, secrecy

In a recent interview Homeland Security Department Michael Chertoff told WIRED.com's Threat Level that it is his hope that more and more of the Bush administration's highly classified Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative will be made public.

The DHS chief also addressed government secrecy, cybersecurity generally, laptop searches at the border and traveler watch lists.

The interview
is available on WIRED.com.

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