posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:37 PM
Where is the oversite in the federal government? If you consider, if a person works in the private sector, in a job with access to the internet, the
internet use is heavily monitored. They check emails and what sites a person is going to, along with having software that not only blocks access to
the different sites, but has it in their company policies that abusing the system or inappropirate items can result in being terminated. Now most of
this software is out and not expensive, so the question has to be where is the oversite and the people who are suppose to be monitoring the use of the
equipment? If they are visiting sites like this, are these people trustworthy with actual defense department secrets, could this come back to where a
person who is in a position of trust, could be blackmailed to divest secret information?
This is not the first time that this has been reported about such being done, nor it is to be the last, the other question is are they going to learn
from this and take steps to preventing such from happening again?