and by denying Senator Paul access to his flight is effectively preventing a sitting member of the legislative branch from attending to his official duties. This is effectively an abuse of the powers of the Executive branch which is EXACTLY what that section of the Constitution is seeking to restrict.
Keeping documents classified LONG after they have become public knowledge is nothing new for the US Government. Take a look at the Pentagon Papers that were just declassified 40 years after Daniel Ellsberg leak to the NY Times was published.
No, no, no. Why waste money on all the labels. Just buy the one with the largest catalogue and undercut the other labels and price and negotiate contracts with artists that are open and don't swindle them out of their profits.
....than everything you pointed out is that even if Director Mueller 'misspoke' or wasn't 'fully informed' there will be no consequences for him or the FBI. The 3 provisions will be rubber stamped for renewal by congress and signed into law by the President.
Not one he actually uses mind you but a through away one. get a cheap surplus one for $100 or so, install and OS on an encrypted partition and then fill up the partition with another encrypted file with the output of /dev/random. Let them confiscate it and enjoy themselves. As a added bonus they might think that the encrypted /dev/random file is some new encryption they can't break...
IN my experience working with Federal agencies I can tell you that they are VERY Mcrosoft centric. This means that they are inclined to adopt an MS solution because $$$ is rarely an issue and it is easy because it is what they know. This goes not only for end users but also for the system administrators.
My only concern about moving a Federal agency's email to a Google solution would be the potential for malicious outsiders to somehow more easily gain access to it from outside the agency network. Now that being said I don't think it is the sole reason to not look at Google but it should be taken into consideration. (As should the weaknesses of an MS solution).
Anyone who wants to know more about Mayor Booker and decide for themselves is this is just for publicity or he's genuinely trying to help should watch the Academy Award nominated documentary "Street Fight" about his unsuccessful run for mayor in 2002. Then move on to "Brick City" from 2009 to see what he's faced since becoming mayor.
specifically the one I have see quotes is: Executive Order 13526, Section 1.1(4)(c) states "Classified Information shall not be declassified automatically as a result of any unauthorized disclosure of identical or similar information.”
not by statute but by Executive Order 13526, Section 1.1(4)(c) states "Classified Information shall not be declassified automatically as a result of any unauthorized disclosure of identical or similar information.”
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