One of the best-kept secrets of this war is the fact that you aren’t supposed to give away secrets to the enemy. There have been several attempts to spread this information around, but nothing much has come of them. At parties, in saloons, and on the street in any place where people congregate tongues are endlessly wagging. The bent-eared agents of Hitler and Hirohito are in constant transit loaded with valuable statistics. Guarding our secrets from the enemy is called Security, which is exactly what it should be called. The first and foremost item of Security is information, although Security also covers such things as protecting installations and supplies from sabotage, and Fifth Column Activities. Information comes first, however.