The Wilson Quarterly: The WikiLeaks Illusion by Alasdair Roberts
Putting the whole Wikileaks issue aside, this article Argues that ours isn't an age of online anarchy and free information to be grasped properly has a long way to go:
"We have seen some of the difficulties with this viewpoint. Even in the age of the Internet, there is no such thing as the instantaneous and complete revelation of the truth. In its undigested form, information often has no transformative power at all. Raw data must be distilled and interpreted, and the attention of a distracted audience must be captured. The process by which this is done is complex and easily influenced by commercial and governmental interests. This was true before the advent of the Internet and remains true today."