Here is what this sounds like to me, by telling a story that I think equates to what happened.
You are walking down the street and pass by a local police building. It's got a nice architecture so you go to take a closer look. You see, via a window, highly sensitive investigation files, right in view of anyone who could walk up to the window, like you just did.
You walk in the front door and tell the officer on duty "Hey, I was passing by and noticed someone doing an investigation is leaving the files in plane view of the third window on the right from the door, you guys should be more careful."
Then the cops reply "Sir, you're under arrest for breaking into police property and damaging the building security. Pay up a huge fine so we can install automatic curtains that stay closed at all time on the windows so it doesn't happen again".
Yea ... the public is no longer allowed to point out incompetence in the gouv. That will never go wrong ...