Between the GOP marriage CD data exposure, the relatively weak protections around an ad for a Senate candidate and now -- if you believe this --- a flaw that exposes the names and email addresses of users of the GOP Web site, is it time for the idea of the ability of candidates to secure the private data of Americans to occupy a little more prominent role in the campaigns?
Maybe it's not a flaw limited to one political party, but is there a philosophical problem Republicans have that prevents them from securing data? And what's the deal with Dems desire to get at it?
This is on top of thousands of of veterans' Social Security numbers being compromised by data disks/computers that "disappear" at the V.A.
Is it all just coincidence?
No, it's just that the faith-based information security initiative fizzled.