Friday, January 31, 2014
Better ever then never: NSA Gets Its First Civil Liberties and Privacy Officer
The National Security Agency has tapped a senior official within the Homeland Security Department to serve as its inaugural civil-liberties and privacy officer, NSA chief Keith Alexander announced Wednesday.
At present, such data is stored on the agency’s datacenters. In government’s aim to resolve legal and privacy concerns, President Obama has ordered the agency to offload storage of this data onto third-party datacenters. Information can then be accessed through encrypted searches.
99% BAD HARDWARE WEEK: Well that seems like a joke in a unpleasant situation when mr Snowden is currently their unofficial PR with office in Russia. :)
Anyway best wishes for latest NSA officer, but I am somehow confident that he will be desirable there like a pig in Tehran !