James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, on Monday announced a series of steps intended to stop the leaks after a furious backlash from Congress over news reports that revealed closely guarded secrets.
The most significant measure is the addition of a new question to the polygraph tests that are used by intelligence agencies. Officials will be asked during the lie-detector tests whether they have disclosed classified information to members of the media, according to Shawn Turner, a spokesman for Clapper.
President Obama’s spy chief is also ordering a review of how the intelligence agencies report contact with members of the media, and will consider changes if he finds the policies inconsistent or insufficient.
i don't have a problem with this i think matters of national security real one's not fabricated to an end like Valarie Plame and the Bush admin. wher was Issa then or was ARTR? (all right their republican).
although i can be beat usually not by lower level employees, i think the scare of exposure publicly might evoke an admission.