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Re: Vulnerbilities of Interconnection

  • From: David Lesher
  • Date: Thu Sep 05 23:13:56 2002

Unnamed Administration sources reported that Daniel Golding said:
> 
> 
> The crux of the issue are FOIA requests. The government won't make these
> types of vulnerability reports immmune to FOIA requests - thus a foreign
> terrorist or home-grown "farmbelt fuhrer" could simply order up a list of
> the most vulnerable sites, and select some to attack.

Suffice to say, there's another side to the story as well.

There is already a FOIA exemption, but the current Administration
is making a daily policy of denying virtually all FOIA requests.
Judges are not always that submissive; hence the push for new
legislation.

You might look at epic.org and aclu.org for other views than
than those of Clark & the Ministry of Fatherlan^H^H^H Homeland
Security.





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