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Originally posted by cranberrydork
Actually, the policy in general makes sense. For instance, if someone attaches to the network at my workplace....I can freely consider that computer part of our system and treat is as such.
So the Sys Admins of the Federal Government's network are a group of no-nonsense professionals......
Big friggin' deal.....
Originally posted by meltdownmadness
You people are pathetic.
all uses of this system and all files on this system may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected, and disclosed
Although the language of the dealer’s agreement might seem a little over-zealous (a common problem in “terms of service” agreements), it’s a lot more understandable when you realize it’s intended to apply to dealers who are entering into a business agreement with the government to dispose of clunkers. And it appears on a secure website that allows dealers to log into the government’s financial system. The page is named: supplierpayments.esc.gov.
This whole “issue” is pure tin foil.