kaled - 12:00 am on Dec 8, 2010 (gmt 0)
Real-world people *will* die as a result of his site.
At best that's a speculative guess - I could equally make a guess that real-world governments will learn to act more honourably, however I'm inclined to guess that they'll pass laws to dissuade potential whistle-blowers instead.
Let's be realistic about this, so far no one has even resigned over this, or to put it another way, no careers have died yet let alone people.
For instance, who's going to die from this story [bbc.co.uk...]
And, once again, not much of a surprise to those of use that read between the lines - merely confirmation. And confirmation of what most of us suspect anyway doesn't get people killed. Seriously, I have yet to be even mildly surprised by anything so far, so those people that are actually involved are certainly not learning anything dramatically new (with the possible exception of the vital interests list).