leonel: I think they purposefully put out these stories to make people think "Oh these guys are idiots!" and let their guards down for the CIA to really do its job.
Marcus Aurelius: The CIA confronted the committee in January with details of the unauthorized removal. The staff then determined that the CIA had recorded their use of the computers in the high-security research room that also allegedly violated the user agreement, McClatchy learned
FizixJunkee: Galloping Galoshes:So the CIA lied to everyone, (and violated the EULA) and Senate staff found out (and violated the EULA). Yeah, well, those are equivalent violations right there, yes sir. No harm, no foul, let's all move on, folks.Well, to be fair, the Senate helps make the laws; they don't enforce them. That's the job of the Executive branch of government.
TheMaskedArmadillo: Whatever happened to the Cone-of-Silence?
Fano: Burn after reading
Galloping Galoshes: So the CIA lied to everyone, (and violated the EULA) and Senate staff found out (and violated the EULA). Yeah, well, those are equivalent violations right there, yes sir. No harm, no foul, let's all move on, folks.
ginkor: The really weird part is how much the world today is like the 1967 comedy, The President's Analyst.
serial_crusher: The staff then realized that the draft review showed that CIA leadership misled the panel in submitting an official response that disputed some report conclusions, the knowledgeable person said.The staff printed out the draft, walked the document out of the CIA facility and took it to Capitol Hill, an act that the CIA regarded as the unauthorized removal of classified material and a violation of a user agreement between the sides, according to knowledgeable people.Like anybody actually reads those things./ Aren't they supposed to search you on the way out?
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