Nuke agency takes Web site offline

Move follows reports of sensitive documents on Internet

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Nuclear Regulatory Commission removed its massive public reading room from the Internet Monday after nuclear safety activists and media organizations found several documents on it containing sensitive information they said could help terrorists.

The information included floor plans for nuclear laboratories at several universities, specifying the types and locations of nuclear materials they use...


Source: CNN

And how long has that been online? Critics say this action came too late, three weeks after the problem was publicized. Lets be honest here. It takes a long time to take a large web site down :P

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