Well, seems like someone did not tell staffers at the CIA that Wikipedia has become more vigilant in monitoring 'who changes what' on the online encyclopedia. A sidebar story "Look Who's Using Wiki To Rewrite History" from Capital Insider (Business Week, March 13, 2006, p. 49, By Richard S. Dunham) reports as follows:
"… What does the CIA have against Bill Clinton? In the latest episode of virtual vandalism by federal employees, CIA staffers have been caught altering entries in Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia that can be edited by anyone with an Internet connection. Someone using an agency computer changed Wiki's Clinton entry to note that the ex-President was "dumber" than his GOP predecessors. Spooks aren't the only ones playing dirty tricks. Wiki reports that computer users at the Justice Dept., Marine Corps, and Navy have politicized entries in recent weeks.
Earlier this year, Wikipedia blocked Capitol Hill access to the site after lawmaker entries were subjected to political spin and fabrications. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales calls the shenan-igans "routine." …"
What will they think of next?