NSA can't search it's own email

The NSA is responding to FOIA requests for public, non-classified information (emails exchanged between their employees and a TV show filming a documentary) by claiming they cannot search their own email database. While it's not implausible that no one thought of doing this, it's telling that the NSA has spent so much time figuring out how to read everyone else's email and absolutely none figuring out how to read their own.

This entry was published Mon Jul 29 03:29:02 CDT 2013 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2013-07-29 03:29:02.0. [Tweet]

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