FBI Headquarters Can’t Handle ‘Sensitive Info’

Last week, after writing about why protecting one’s privacy and civil liberties is necessary, and to willingly hand over your privacy to the state assumes the state will act in the mosy honorable way and without error–it didn’t take long for me to find many examples of where the state is neither honorable nor perfect:

Here’s a new example:

The FBI has had all sorts of embarrassing infrastructure issues, in recent years: G-men without e-mail, computers gone missing, crook-catching database projects falling apart. The latest insult comes from a Senate Appropriations Committee report, which notes that the Bureau’s headquarters “does not meet the… criteria for a secure Federal facility capable of handling intelligence and other sensitive information.”