FBI and CIA Jump on Board the Social Networking Bandwagon

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Mr_Man

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In light of recent security breaches, I'd say this is a bad idea. Heck, even if it weren't for the recent breaches, I think the biggest problem here is that there are press releases about it.
CIA: "Say, FBI, why don't we make a site where all our secret agents can talk to each other about top secret stuff?"
FBI: "Sounds great! Let's tell EVERYBODY!!"
 
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Because they dont plan on people trying to hack them. It is probably what they want.
 

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I'm going to bet that no sensitive data will ever be entered on that site. It could just be a way to find malicious hackers. Basically they'll just set up the site and wait for the hackers to come.
 
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Im with gm0n3y on this one. The CIA and FBI are pretty bored, so they are chumming the waters for someone dumb enough to try and hack it.
 
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