What the people think is more or less irrelevant to the fact that the very existence of the data base is a threat to national security. Any foreign agent that can penetrate their security will be able to compromise any citizen of the US by accessing the data base. And they certainly cannot claim that their security will be adequate now that one of their sys admins is over in Hong Kong. It has to be destroyed. The entire data base.
Any foreign agent that can penetrate their security will be able to compromise any citizen of the US by accessing the data base.
And a lot of the people the contractors hire are foreign nationals anyway. It was just a few years ago that a Chinese national was accused of stealing secrets from Los Alamos national lab where he worked. It turned out that he didn't do it but it was also discovered that he and others were "sloppy" with security.
posted on 06/22/2013 5:53:58 PM PDT
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