The best people are apparently not advising the president on how to keep his vaunted Twitter account secure.
That's rather an assumption. Trump is infamous for clinging to his delusions rather than taking advice. The best people may be advising him, but the chances of the advice being taken are low. Very low.
That doesn't change the fact that the police seized his hardware and information, and have had plenty of time to copy everything. Even if they can't use that information directly, I'm sure somebody will go through it looking for "where to look." Figuring where to look is over 90% of any investigation. Then they'll make up excuses for how they did it.
It's a peopleware problem. The endless tinkering and revisioning of the law has exactly the same effect as any other carelessly analyzed software revision. In a word, bugs. Systems tend to get more complex as they grow, and when they pass the threshold of our ability to understand them, they are unmaintainable and either have to be abandoned or replaced with simpler, more maintainable ones.
The peopleware in this case is the legislature. They don't understand the effects of their actions, but they DO understand throwing bones to their supporters.
"The penalty for mopery and dopery isn't strict enough? I'll put a bill through and thanks for the donations."
"The penalty for mopery and dopery is too strict? I'll put a bill through and thanks for the donations."
Wash, rinse, repeat and ignore the fact that the towels are being turned into rags.
A company that will pull a stunt like this is one that will cause a lot of people to ask themselves "Why should I buy anything from these dungheads?" I'm going to be very curious about Blizzard's future revenue levels.
My wife and I have used WordPerfect since about version 1. It looks like we're going to have to find something else for our word processing needs. Our livelihoods depend on getting documents right and ready quickly, and we seriously don't need to risk a disaster.