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I remember when the Sony-DPRK thing happened there was a photo of Cybercommand and it showed a wall of monitors and people were examining the tools they had open on the monitors.

There was also a photo from the Iranian Nuclear agency and it had photos of their systems and software on their website or something and it was scraped for info prior to Stuxnet.

MacAfee let some "Wired" photog take a digital photo without ensuring geotagging was disabled or removed from the metadata when he was prancing over Belize as he was escaping some plot to frame him.

Those lapses happen.

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