Raise your hand if you are surprised to learn of incompetence in government bureaucracy.

Andrew Cathrow

‘And it turns out that a systems administrator responsible for handling the agency’s records “was in Argentina and his co-worker was physically located in the [People’s Republic of China],”.

And we worry about Snowden?


The US agency plundered by Chinese hackers made one of the dumbest security moves possible

Jürgen Erhard June 21, 2015 08:12

in government bureaucracy  FTFY

Edward Morbius June 21, 2015 09:12

Look up a list of data breaches. It’s not as if there’s any special claim to incompetence by governments. Everyone loses data.

Sony. TGX. Anthem. Home Depot. NSA. And on, and on, and on.

Michael K Johnson June 21, 2015 15:19

I know.

In theory, you can opt out of private companies holding your personal data. Yes, I know the bromide about theory and practice.

Edward Morbius June 21, 2015 23:30

+Michael K Johnson So, tell me, how do I opt out of SAS and its software from holding or accessing my data?

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