These sites should already not only be aware of what is public, but also have taken security measures accordingly.""Your 'Secret Base' site is an excellent example of what can be achieved by painstaking, forensic research of what is available from open sources and the Internet.
Whatever might be deemed to be 'sensitive' has usually been known to the 'opposition' for years and it is only the general public who are denied their 'right to know' by officious, blinkered, low-level bureaucrats.""Your website contains a vast amount of first class, eye-opening information, based on original research.
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It is thought that the latest top secret research is being carried out on behalf of the Mo D at Qineti Q's Nanomaterials Division at Farnborough, Hampshire. A Government laboratory or military base can be made to "disappear" by just deleting it from Ordnance Survey (OS) maps. Well, you need to appreciate that OS is essentially a Government agency within the Mo D.
Just look-up the derivation of the word "ordnance" and all will become clear.
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Pancras International Eurostar Terminal Local residents fear 28 Days Laterand The Hot Zone biohazardleaks and bioterrorism"You are republishing open source material already widely in the public domain and not therefore increasing the danger to sensitive sites.
Please note that this website requires a modern Java Script enabled browser in order to work properly. By "base", I mean those British Government installations or military sites you've seen surrounded by razor wire fences and guarded by Ministry of Defence (Mo D) police. The UK Government hasn't (yet) developed stealth technology in the visible range of the electromagnetic spectrum.Apart from straightforward deletion, another classic sign of "tampering" to look for on OS maps is the use of the rather uninformative labels "Works" or "Depot".This is sometimes an indication that a site has important Government and/or military activities. Throughout the 1960s, Sir Martin Furnival-Jones, Director General of MI5 (the Security Service) during the Cold War, insisted that all sensitive sites be labelled on maps in this way, so their true strategic role would be concealed from potential enemy agents.Sometimes misleading labels on Ordnance Survey maps are good old fashioned foul-ups.Like the map of Stockport Grammar School in my home town.