I’ve noticed that the Berger document handling affair has been bringing howls of derision and humorous notes all over one side of the blogosphere.
As a person who has to safeguard classified information, I assure you that document security is no laughing matter. To explain and inform, I’ve found an old training film that shows how to safeguard information in a proper manner.
Please watch, as it may provide useful information in these troubled times. The large file is best, as you might need to see the captions on the instruction slides.
you want bigger, or different format? email or leave a comment…
Please let me know if you have trouble loading this film–this is the first time I’ve tried to upload video.
Update: Some of the original tools can be purchased here.
Music: Laurie Johnson, “No Hiding Place” from Cult TV Themes By Laurie Johnson
Pictures: Random GIS searches, with a hope that “fair use” applies
Stock Footage: courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, which is a wonderful thing
Voiceover: Rev. Theodore Albinsky, from Al’s Cheap Voiceovers
“fiber-based document handling.”
“trouseral storage method.”
“the Berger Room of the National Archives, in the back near the parking garage.”
Heh. I kill myself.
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