Shame on the U.S. State Department. Why didn't those power brokers know enough about leaking and even human gossip to be more circumspect in their communications. All they had to do was watch some American TV.
When Tony Soprano needed to ensure his conversation remained private he had the chat in a medical doctor's unused office. When the world de-stabilizers had to set disaster in motion during fictional "Rubicon," they transmitted information in an elaborate code system - letters in crossword puzzles published in newspapers.
Well the State Department, including its celebrity head Hillary Clinton, won't be the only ones to come across as thick as a brick about how to communicate in a protected manner. Following probably another dump or two of State Department material WikiGate will spread to other industries. Banking could be the next. Let's see how dumb the bankers are.