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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Ironic Surveillance

From FP Foreign Policy:

The Defense Department has begun requiring its geeks to operate in pairs when accessing highly classified information in order to stop the next massive leak. The next step might be restricting those systems administrators from seeing some sensitive data. The step after that? Possibly rolling back at least some of the military and intelligence community's measures to swap information -- a reversal of one of the national security state's key reforms after 9/11.
So all the Intelligence institutions will not share info, even within their own walls, and the trillions of dollars spent on Intel is more money wasted, and our security is no better - probably worse - than before.

That's all, Folks.


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