Fw: Lois Lerner's conveeeeeeeeeeniently-lost emails.
rysiek at hackerspace.pl
Sun Jun 15 13:34:34 PDT 2014
Dnia niedziela, 15 czerwca 2014 12:29:03 jim bell pisze:
> Somebody reminded me...
> >> Note: I wonder what kind of email system would be: 1. Used by the
> >> Federal Government. 2. NOT be regularly backed-up. 3. Would lose up
> >> to
> >> two (2) years of emails in a crash. Jim Bell
> >> [article follows]
> >I'm sure they'd be able to find backups in a serverfarm in Utah, eh?
> Excellent point! Although, that Utah operation might not have been
> functioning in 2011. But presumably the NSA had a smaller operation
> somewhere else prior to that. So, who wants to REMIND the prosecutors in
> IRS-gate that somebody else has these emails?
That would be a great "unstoppable force -- please meet immovable object"
moment, I think. Fun to watch. Very popcorn-worthy.
> Maybe the future for the NSA will be as a type of
> "super-backwards-Carbonite" operation? But instead of, "Pay us money and
> we'll back up your emails", it'll be, "Pay us money and we WON'T back up
> your emails"!!!
A rock-solid business model, I give you that! ;)
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