Okay, three things. One, you weren’t able to prevent Gawker from publishing excerpts of your book online, only able to sue them *after* they publish it. Because generally, unless publishing something will literally and clearly cause the death of individuals, i.e. movement of troops, you can’t stop someone from publishing something, only sue them afterwards. Two, you won that lawsuit because the material in that book is your intellectual property (presumably, anyway). Messages the government creates in its capacity as the U.S. government are not the government’s intellectual property, but rather the property of the entire populace and subject to FOIA requests. The government cannot stop these items from being published because they do not contain metaphorical “movement of troops” information and therefore their publishing cannot be pre-empted. However, the U.S. government can prosecute the individuals who leaked this information to Wikileaks for criminally divulging classified information. Your situation is still totally different. You were engaged in a civil lawsuit over your intellectual property, not a criminal prosecution over the release of classified government secrets. Three, GO AWAY. Can’t someone put a Sarah Palin filter over my internet so I don’t hear/read/see anything she says/writes?