Re: "takes the safeguarding of personal health and financial information seriously"
"takes the safeguarding of personal health and financial information seriously"
No you obviously don't, you blatant liars.
This, burning like a 1000 suns.
I was just reading about something entirely different; the theft of some nuclear bits 'n bobs in San Antonio a year ago, and the thought instantly struck me, people in charge of such stuff --- and presidents above --- inevitably blurt 'Our safe-keeping is the best in the world' and 'We go above and beyond' etc. etc..
To ensure they got the right items, the specialists from Idaho brought radiation detectors and small samples of dangerous materials to calibrate them: specifically, a plastic-covered disk of plutonium, a material that can be used to fuel nuclear weapons, and another of cesium, a highly radioactive isotope that could potentially be used in a so-called "dirty" radioactive bomb.
But when they stopped at a Marriott hotel just off Highway 410, in a high-crime neighborhood filled with temp agencies and ranch homes, they left those sensors on the back seat of their rented Ford Expedition. When they awoke the next morning, the window had been smashed and the special valises holding these sensors and nuclear materials had vanished.
No-one would ever trust me with implementing such logistics, but even I can see the first 3 mistakes they made just in the 2nd paragraph alone...