3 Jan 2011
A few weeks ago, my old high school football buddy-turned-entrepreneurial-wizard-and-political-sage, Chris Labossiere, put a few thoughts on his blog about the recent Wikileaks affair. The essence of his outlook was that as untrustworthy as government might be, an entity that has no government – like Wikileaks – is even less trustworthy.
At the time, I had not considered whether the Wikileaks affair meant anything to the legal profession. That changed on December 30, 2010, when Steven Matthews at Slaw.ca published his Web Law Predictions for 2011.