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Maezeppa
Happy-Happy Joy-Joy
04:03 PM on 05/30/2009
Maybe they're the ones that disrupted the FBI system this week.
04:02 PM on 05/30/2009
Maybe these cyber czars can find out away to hack into wire tap records and torture photos. Our tax dollars going to make sure truth and record gets buried away.
04:01 PM on 05/30/2009
"The president said he would appoint a senior White House official to oversee the nation’s cybersecurity strategies."

Once again President Obama is on the leading edge of what needs to be done.
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Dennis
No matter how cynical I get I can't keep up.
03:58 PM on 05/30/2009
This should work out well. Google "Sentinel + FBI" and read how after $451 million dollars spent and six years' work Lockheed-Martin has yet to provide the FBI with an automated case-management system. In turning to these behemoths for all of our security needs we've already lost. "Cyberwarfare Defense," right. Some Ukrainian script kiddie with a 486 and a 1200 baud modem will have the plans for the B-1 bomber before these guys get to their first cost overrun.
03:57 PM on 05/30/2009
And they thought we were just tripping when we swore that someday we nerds would rule the world.
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Alexander-Y
Student
03:56 PM on 05/30/2009
w00t, we nerds finally get the respect we deserve! We are soldiers! Finally! We risk it all (our hardware) in defense of our country!
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Michael Valentine
Retired SEIU Member
03:50 PM on 05/30/2009
Wow this is the biggest empty barrel for the American people to fill ever ain't it?
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hypnotoad72
Freedom = real democracy = living wages
04:08 PM on 05/30/2009
Given there are more jobless American techs than there are a total of employed foreign H1B techs, this might be a boon...

And if they'd dump Windows for even any given Linux distribution, they'd be more secure by default... (no platform is immune, but Windows, time and again, actively welcomes bad behavior. Heck, even Windows 7, in the name of making it easier to end users to have a record of their actions to be read by 'support personnel', introduced KEYLOGGING software that captures everything an end user does.)
03:50 PM on 05/30/2009
We could call it "Internal Affairs Department K."...oh wait the Russians already have that name.
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03:48 PM on 05/30/2009
Whatever happened to the good ol' days of no-bid contracts?

Oh, yeah.

A Democratic administration.
03:47 PM on 05/30/2009
Great. Private firms providing for my liberties. I rest safe in the knowledge that Xe and a Halliburton holding company will defend me. That has worked out so well recently.
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Knowledgeseeker
03:46 PM on 05/30/2009
Cyber Security is one area I would love to work in..
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mouselion
03:46 PM on 05/30/2009
Soon, we will no longer physically exist.
Digital technology will take care of that minor inconvenience for us.
04:01 PM on 05/30/2009
I'm Osmosis.