Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Why don't I feel all warm and fuzzy about this?
A recent Washington Post story, headlined DHS to Bolster Protection of Civilian Computer Networks, explains that the Department of Homeland Security, working with the National Security Agency (these two agency titles sound alarmingly similar), are plotting to defend my network and yours
. . . despite concern over the impact on Americans' privacy and the legal authority for the military and intelligence agency to conduct domestic surveillance activities.I get it. The DHS and NSA on our side, so it's all OK.
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