Reply to post: Re: AmbassadorGate

New UK Home Sec invokes infosec nerd rage by calling for an end to end-to-end encryption

tiggity Silver badge

Re: AmbassadorGate

No, no, no

Otherwise everything, no matter how trivial gets classified as a secret... and that was trivial (sure it caused embarrassment, got Trump ranty (but so do most things) but not e.g. putting spies at risk of being uncovered etc,)

Already very little gets into the public realm due to over use of OSA (e.g. it's amazing how many bits of govt IT work want you to sign OSA, still means people get to be at risk of prosecution for revealing juicy bits about many govt IT project failures)

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