Originally a harsh frontier under U.N. control, the Belt declared independence after creating Confinement Asteroid, a habitat with spin gravity that permitted safe gestation of children
"Many games are written in C++, but this requires a lot of ‘libraries’ to store information, along with a lot of man power to create them. XNA comes with a number of pre-made libraries, making it a lot easier to program with."
I thought C++, (as a well established Programming language) would have more libraries than XNA, which I had not previously heard of?
The material in question was too widely distributed to be considered secure. We can assume that any non-US intelligence agencies that really wanted copies has them. (Diplomatic cables are probably not as useful as technological, commercial and military secrets) Now the press has them and it's an issue?