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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Nothing Is Secure

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Before I go into this, remember that the government wants to keep centralizing your information in general.

A few NATO documents were cracked by someone and leaked to Wikileaks for anyone to see. They all relate to what is going on in Afghanistan and some actually relate to what members of NATO can or cannot say to journalists and other media. There is a little evidence that what we hear is filtered if you couldn't find any before.

Now I know this is not necessarily our government but it is a form of government and a collaboration of governments that was supposed to keep these documents secure. I could post news of something else that was hacked every single day on here. There is no such thing as a completely secure system. Logically, to adjust to that fact you would not centralize important information. People in the government should learn better.

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