We know, that at the end of the 20th century radio, TV and especially Internet and telecommunications had started to give to all people virtually equal rights in their access to information of any kind.

Thus, fundamental conditions for appearing and formation of so called Millenial Generation have been built and big (in comparison with at least two previous generations – Baby Boomers and Generation X) percentage of educated people have started to appear: http://emerging.uschamber.com/MillennialsReport.

As well as liberalization of power has happened during the 20th century, when many people from lower classes have been recruited into it, ther's a chance for Millenial Generation to reach power during next 10-15 years.

That generation will have radically different view on the world and its problems in comparison with previous generations under power.

For Millenial Generation representatives it is ABSOLUTELY normal, that other people (not only them) have the same opportunities in searching and having access to information.

So, they will have no need in closing any information (including that, which is called now "state secrets") from their citizens. Precedent of it was made by Iceland at 2011, where there was created so called "open-door-government": http://opensource.com/government/11/7/icelands-open-door-government. There are two citations from Jim (open enthusiast) under the article:

...The founders of the USA were very much afraid of too much government. As such, they tried very hard to limit the scope of government, making it clear that our rights are not granted by the government, but rather, our rights are "unalienable", and endowed by our Creator". Further, "To secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men." Therefore, Government derives its power "from the consent of the governed."Jim (enthusiast)
...It was their (the founding fathers) deep philosophical belief that laws were to be written in plain language so that the common man could understand and take an active part in Government.”Jim (enthusiast)