In an interview with Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, members of The New York Times editorial board help define fit to print:
SECRETARY RICE: I assume that there are—there is information that corporations keep confidential; it's in their boardrooms. But somehow, when it's the United States Government that is dealing with life and death, war and peace matters, allies who are putting their lives on the line, allies who have different political structures than we do and different obligations than we do, we're not supposed to keep anything confidential. And so I —
QUESTION: Well, that's taking it to extremes.
SECRETARY RICE: No.
QUESTION: And we—this paper has kept some of your secrets for you, too.
SECRETARY RICE: I understand that and I appreciate that.