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October 20, 2009



I would be concerned about Security for White House tgonhcloey. This is the hub of power in the universe, as awesome and as dramatic as it sounds. Stuff that might be real easy to implement in any other private company, npo, or institution will be lots more complicated here.I get a headache just thinking about it! Whenever there is talk of terrorist threats the main concern is a sophisticated form of cyber terrorism, it's just as scary a sceneario as bio-warfare. To think that some seemingly benign program, meant to make matters easier and better organized for the White House, might somehow be a perfect tool for inviting in the wrong kind of hacker. Maybe that is one of the reasons the tgonhcloey is not up-to-date. Trying to figure out how to keep everything safe.

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The committee’s decision to repeal the act is a great example of citizen advocacy in action.

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