The Washington Post's story about the CIA group that's investigating WikiLeaks' impact leads off with one tremendous revelation: it's called the WikiLeaks Task Force. But apparently, Greg Miller reports, the task force is actually known at the agency by its acronym.
The CIA has launched a task force to assess the impact of the exposure of thousands of U.S. diplomatic cables and military files by WikiLeaks. Officially, the panel is called the WikiLeaks Task Force. But at CIA headquarters, it's mainly known by its all-too-apt acronym: W.T.F.
The irreverence is perhaps understandable for an agency that has been relatively unscathed by WikiLeaks. Only a handful of CIA files have surfaced on the WikiLeaks Web site, and records from other agencies posted online reveal remarkably little about CIA employees or operations.
Read the full story at the Washington Post.