Tuesday, June 13, 2006
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The Bush administration's whack-a-mole on data privacy
In less than a month, the Bush administration has had two gaffes on the security of electronic data.
Energy Department officials have informed nearly 1,500 individuals that their Social Security numbers and other information may have been compromised when a hacker gained entry to a department computer system eight months ago, a spokesman said Monday.posted by Dan on 06.13.06 at 11:27 PM
Why is this post titled "The Bush administration's whack-a-mole on data privacy?
What does Bush or his administration have to do with blunders by some nameless, faceless bureaucrats?
Was the data lost because of the actions of Bush or of one of his appointees?
Was the data lost because of the policies of Bush or of one of his appointees?
If one of your students should, let's say, cheat should one blame you?
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