Secrecy provocatively examines the complexities and layers of our government's obsession with secrecy and the effects it has had on individuals and on our country.
Employing models that have existed since the end of World War II, the U.S. government now classifies up to five times more documents each year than the number of pages added to the Library of Congress. To some, this level of secrecy is necessary to combat global terrorism, but to others it is an unnecessary infringement on our rights as citizens and may actually hamper intelligence sharing between law enforcement agencies. Robb Moss is also the director of The Same River Twice. (86 mins., video)
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Added by Wexner Center on October 1, 2008