RE: Whats the problem?.....
Of course, it is so much more caring and correct when the "Palestinians" instead send a suicide bomber into a Sbarro pizza resteraunt, a bar, a shopping mall or onto a bus. That way you make sure you kill random Jews at exactly the point you want to target. Well, when your target is the whole of Israel, and you view all Jews (and Israeli Christians, any tourists in the area, or any Israeli Muslims that just happen to be there) as somehow lesser human beings then I suppose your rounding error problem really doesn't factor.
And I suppose you think it is much more noble to get a hijacker trained in the basics of flying a jumbo so you can make sure he can crash it into the right highrise building. After all, when you're trying to kill thousands of civillians, you really wouldn't want to hit anything other than an easily recognisable landmark, right? By the way, how many uniformed soldiers were killed on 9/11, compared to how many civillians?
And, for you, it must be much more acceptable to send actual individuals with the backpack bombs onto the buses and trains, as happened on 7/7 in London. Much mroe considerate! Of course, if there wasn't a group of morally-defiiceint, fanatical murders like AQ trying to impose their relegious views on the Word then we wouldn't need to be trying targeted attacks in Pakistan/Afghanistan, and if the "Palestinians" had accepted the UN partition plan back in 1947 then they'd already have their own state and there wouldn't be a need for the Israelis to target precision strikes on those that send suicide bombers and fire rockets at Israeli civillians.
For the uninformed or just deliberately ignorant, a CEP of 13m is considered "precision" by the military. After all, if they simply wanted to ensure a kill and didn't care about the surrounding villagers, they could always send several Tomahawks (CEP 50m with the old navigation systems, still only 10m even with military GPS due to control in the terminal dive) with 2000Lb warheads (deadly blast radius of almost a kilometer, even amongst buildings) and just flatten the whole neighbourhood. Ignoring drone missiles or cruise, a single F-15E could deliver the neccessary ordinance to wipe an entire village off the map, and the US isn't exactly short of F-15s or bombs.
This story is about an operational neccessity (killing Jihadi suicide mission planners hiding in Pakistan villages before they can plan more missions that usually kill Pakistani and Afghanistani muslims civillians) leading to the CIA being forced to accept a software tool that could only guarantee a CEP of 13m. Whether the CIA was involved in the Netezza plan to rip off ISSi is a commercial law matter will come out in the commercial court case. The reason the CIA was pushing so hard was they needed the tool to carry on the Presidential orders of Obumbler, not some murderous whim.