Terrorism author Neil Doyle said:
“These are MI6 documents relating to an
operation against al-Qaeda insurgents in Iraq. It’s jaw-dropping they got
into the public domain.
“Not only do they divulge secrets about operations, operating systems and
previously unheard-of MI6 departments, but they could put lives at risk.”
Hmmm. Wonder if the Russians (or others, don't get on our case about choosing them!) will start trolling eBay, now.
Homeland Security! Hm dont we all feel safer NOW! NOT.What I want to know is is Anybody in Charge?
I don't understand how people that know nothing about tech can be running a world that is being changed by said tech every day. It's like being someones stock broker and know nothing about wall street.
So, if you ever want to lose all your personal data: help the police?
I very much doubt they let him get any data off his system (as that would defeat the purpose of seizing it), so he at least lost his family pictures.
I would hope he had backups, but if the backups had his vacation pics they might have had the secret docs too... and can also be assumed to be seized.
Sucks to be him.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
MI6 shouldn't sell ANYthing on eBay, and neither should the CIA, FBI, HomeSec, etc!
"Everyone always wants new things. Everybody likes new inventions, new technology. People will never be replaced by machines. In the end, life and business are about human connections. And computers are about trying to murder you in a lake. And to me, the choice is easy." - Michael Scott (The Office)
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