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Measuring “Grumpiness” May Avert Another WikiLeaks

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Measuring “Grumpiness” May Avert Another WikiLeaks

In the aftermath of the WikiLeaks scandal, the Obama Administration plans to implement strict security rules requiring government agencies to use psychiatrists and sociologists to measure “relative happiness as a means to gauge trustworthiness” in federal employees and “despondence and grumpiness as a means to gauge waning trustworthiness.”Furthermore, agencies


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