Former military contractor found guilty of stealing U.S. Navy drone secrets

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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/07/14/former-military-contractor-fou.html

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Not the brightest Spark, eh?

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Certainly not the sharpest Spark in the shed!

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:thinking:

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Why do they even allow people access to services like dropbox?

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We know he was only swiping it for personal use. They don’t pay enemy agents like they used to, what with the upcoming US-Russia president-only-no-recordings summit.

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D’ohbox, more like.

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I don’t understand why LBI isn’t coming in for some criticism in this. I’ve worked for companies that have projects requiring ITAR compliance; that data was badge access only, kept and accessed on networks with no external connection.

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So much of the time it’s contractors where the security breaches happen. Almost as if we shouldn’t use so many contractors.

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If we got rid of contractors, how do you suggest we would continue funneling billions of our dollars to them?

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Maybe we could just give them the money without demanding that they pretend to do something.

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Pay people not to kill other people? Well im game.

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Nothing like privatizing world peace…

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Well, Condi Rice is on the board, so it’s all good, right? Ethical, and secure, and reliable, and trustworthy, and upstanding? Right?

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