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    Huge data breach prompts resignation of top US official

    Huge data breach prompts resignation of top US official - BBC News
    That's a good sign. I think more officials should resign after that security breach. Just imagine, the personal data of twenty million people has been stolen and yet no one clearly understand who did that. How can we claim to have the best cyber security system in the world when the data can be stolen so easily? Who knows what they are going to do with all that information...

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    Re: Huge data breach prompts resignation of top US official

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironfist17 View Post
    Huge data breach prompts resignation of top US official - BBC News
    That's a good sign. I think more officials should resign after that security breach. Just imagine, the personal data of twenty million people has been stolen and yet no one clearly understand who did that. How can we claim to have the best cyber security system in the world when the data can be stolen so easily? Who knows what they are going to do with all that information...

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/genera...ta-breach.html (US: More than 21 million affected by government data breach.....)

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    Re: Huge data breach prompts resignation of top US official

    How does firing somebody who isn't a techie solve the data breach problem?

    Usually people learn from their mistakes so they don't make them again...whereas if they're replaced then it is just as likely a new administrator would make same mistake again and nothing gets resolved because you're blaming the wrong people when you should be blaming the Chinese.

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