Friday, October 1, 2010


From time to time I am contacted by people in government and industry about issues that are being discussed in the chemical security community. Sometimes they are authorized to publicly discuss these issues, sometimes they are not. I try my best to deal appropriately with those types of situations. From time-to-time my humanity slips through and I make a mistake in not adequately clarifying that situation before I address the communications in my blog.

The best that I can do in situations when my error is brought to my attention is to apologize (to both the confidant, the organization to which they belong, and of course my readers) and remove the offending post. Of course, as most people in today’s world realize, nothing is ever completely removed from the Internet, but I do what I can.

I would like to ask my readers who contact me with information, questions or suggestions to try to make clear their situation as to their desire to be quoted or identified. It is, of course, my responsibility to determine that, but it is in the correspondent’s best interest to clarify the situation. I will always try to comply with the privacy concerns of people that I talk with.

Once again, I apologize for any unintentional harm that I may have done.

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