Cambodia exposed in 'Secret US Embassy Cables' by Wikileaks

Among a great number of nations, Cambodia is also found in the list recently released by whistle-blowing site Wikileaks as it controversially published Secret US Embassy Cables.

According to the BBC,

A cable to US diplomats issued under US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s name tells them to collect “biographic and biometric” information – including iris scans, DNA samples and fingerprints – on key officials at the UN. They are also ordered to find credit card details, email addresses and passwords and encryption keys used for computer networks and in official communications.

This means any Cambodian officials and delegates to the United Nations are subject to this spying by the U.S. intelligence.

As the cables, which date from 1966 up until the end of February this year, it means that are chances that more sensitive information about the Vietnam war as well as the U.S. bombing mission in Cambodia may have been found in this leaked, classified documents.

According to this web page by Wikileaks, there are 1,010 in Records, although complete information is yet made available at this point in time.

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