The Guardian and the encryption key Wikileaks

rtfa-troll writes Bruce Schneier has a good article explaining how the Guardian published the encryption key for cables Wikileaks and destroyed the main protection against the release of personal information whistleblower. Comments in the blog Schneier register the details of exactly how Wikileaks file security protections side were also bypassed. Now the Guardian has an article Assange risk arrest by Australia during the last flight, which includes information about an Australian intelligence agent. They even said, We deplore the decision to publish the Wikileaks cables unredacted State Department, which can put the sources at risk, and move on to state that The decision to publish by Julian Assange was the his, and him alone. Something that seems clearly debunked in the analysis Schneier’s blog.