'Potter' Security At All-Time High


Posted July 16, 2007 - By Mike D'Alonzo

As you well know, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the final book in JK Rowling's saga of the boy wizard, will be out this weekend. You want leaks? Sure, we all do. The powers-that-be, however, are going to unprecedented lengths to make sure you know nothing before the time is right. What sort of lengths? We're glad you asked.

How about making workers do their thing in the dark, so that they couldn't read the book while they were working on it? Or keeping the manuscripts in alarmed pallets until the morning of its release? Apparently, only 20 people in the world know the fate of Harry and his friends, and everyone who comes in contact with the book has been made to sign a weighty legal agreement that damns them should anything be leaked.

In short, it's serious business. Still, the book will be out this weekend. If you could wait all this time to find out, what's a couple more days at this juncture?

Tech[dot]blog: Highlight: Unusual & Unprecedented security measures taken to protect JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Secrets

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'Potter' Security At All-Time High


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