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|#26 - **bigscarygary used "*roll picture*"** **bigscarygary rolle… [+] (24 new replies)||14 hours ago on Hillary News...||+4|
#34 - cowisbeast (13 hours ago) [-]
you think this email server is fort knox?
every email was read by the FBI, only wrong doing was lack of security for confidential materials, which comes under neglegence; she is an old politician and not a computer security analyst like me, it was a lack of oversight by governing bodies and her staff that should have stopped her from doing it in the first place
show me one piece of information that proves anything illegal in these emails
there is nothing
#67 - thewildgorocco (11 hours ago) [-]
#39 - arkis (12 hours ago) [-]
As a person that has had to hold a security clearance, something which no politician has to do despite some of them having access to classified information, I can tell you that it is very VERY illegal to have classified information or any NOFORN on or sent to an unsecured and or private system, short of specific military personnel ( and even then there are a huge list of conditions for such). The fact that she, as confirmed by the words of the rather publicly embarrassed FBI director, had such documents on a private server constitutes a potential danger to national security ( depending on the content there in) and the fact she has lied about it multiple times goes to show how much of security risk she is
#58 - anon (11 hours ago) [-]
The FBI already made quite clear that no crime was committed. Do you know more about the law than Director Comey?
#81 - sherlockbatman (10 hours ago) [-]
actually, just the opposite
Comey very clearly said that she committed those crimes and that what she did was illegal and they have evidence that she did it for sure
He just went on to say that even though they have proof of guilt and what she did was a crime, they were not going to charge her
He definitely said she did it, and that they would and have charged less politically powerful people for the exact same crimes, but they decided not to press charges against her
#87 - anon (10 hours ago) [-]
That is absolutely not what he said. You are 100% completely lying. Not only did he say they found no criminal activity whatsoever, he also said that NO RATIONAL PROSECUTOR would look at Hillary's behavior and chose to bring charges.
#112 - anon (9 hours ago) [-]
Not a crime. You're happy to quote part of Comey's testimony, why don't you continue on and quote the part where he clears her of criminal wrongdoing?
#116 - sherlockbatman (9 hours ago) [-]
you're saying them not finding sufficient proof of "intent" clears her?
there's a popular quote among judges for situations like these
"ignorance of the law is no excuse for breaking it"
they said she did it, it doesn't matter if they think she meant to or not
accidentally killing someone is still murder or at least manslaughter
accidentally committing treason is still treason
#43 - cowisbeast (12 hours ago) [-]
how illegal then? give me some numbers, facts even
these arent fucking nuclear warhead codes
so would you concede releasing all of the emails with all the classified information is hella illegal, but every trump supporter and even trump himself is pumping their fist at the idea of it happening
#45 - arkis (12 hours ago) [-]
I can not give you exact numbers on any such thing as it was never told to me in an exact nature, I was promptly told that such removal or classified information to an unsecured location (anywhere off location) would constitute loss of my job and certainly jail time if done deliberately, with the almost certain possibility of just loosing my job if not done deliberately, and with the possibility of being charged with treason depending on the circumstances. Even if the item(s) are considered to be just confidential it is still potentially damaging to national security, the FBI director himself, when forced to answer the question directly, said there was classified information on those servers, which means it was probably secret level or higher
#56 - cowisbeast (11 hours ago) [-]
yes there was confidential data in the emails, i already said thats the only thing hilary did wrong
But the servers were just as secure if not more secure than official government servers and the problem was just incorrect characterisation of confidential emails, which yes may lead to people receiving the email and not realising its confidential but is hardly that damaging to national security.
If there was some evidence that someone had managed to intercept this data because of the use of her private email server it would be more damaging to her campaign, but all she did was slightly increase the risk, while stupid and negligent, its nothing compared to releasing every email onto wikileaks that the FBI has already gone through meticulously.
#63 - atusek (11 hours ago) [-]
The FBI noted that many of the private accounts with which Hillary was in constant contact with were hacked. It also noted that she sent and received emails while inside foreign states using their internet and their connections (opening up all data to be intercepted and hacked) and that it was probably and likely that her email server was hacked. Private government servers are behind armed guard, lock and key, heavily encrypted, inaccessible, and IN THE US. no, her security was not as secure as the government's security, and no she was in no way safe or careful or free from hacking.
#66 - cowisbeast (11 hours ago) [-]
I dont know what you're on about tbh, I work in cyber security and can assure you there is very little difference in the security of each server
Both servers used the same 256bit encyption algorithm which is standard practice
if the goverment email servers are "inaccessible" i dont blame her for trying her server, how else would she communicate with her team
her servers were in the US as well, and even though armed guards dont mean shit over the internet im sure her servers had guards too.
having access to an email account doesnt enable you to read emails you were never sent, goverment email accounts get hacked ALL the time aswell. there is no evidence to suggest the email server was hacked.
#131 - cowisbeast (8 hours ago) [-]
AES obviously, considering thats the only standard other than RGB the us government characterises as secure, who knows who had access but you are missing the point as no one would have intercepted them during transmission anyway and there is no evidence to suggest that they did
#105 - cowisbeast (9 hours ago) [-]
its very easy to tell if an email server had been hacked, very likely means no evidence otherwise it would say it had definitely been hacked
so many government employees mishandle information every day, from leaving memory sticks on buses to selling old laptops without properly destroying hard-drisks, people dont get locked up for it.
#123 - atusek (9 hours ago) [-]
Actually events such as those you are talking about are very, very uncommon. And people lose their security clearances and get fined and do indeed get jail time for it. Not to mention you can't hold high offices with that in your record. Also none of these people were the SECRETARY OF STATE who should be very careful with information. And then to want to become the president with a history of mishandling classified information is absurd. It's amazing how brainwashed Hillary supporters are when their arguments become "well other people do it so there!!!"
#189 - anon (4 hours ago) [-]
“felony to mishandle classified information either intentionally or in a grossly negligent way, or a second statute making it a misdemeanor to knowingly remove classified information from appropriate systems or storage facilities.” According to the investigation, Clinton stored classified information on several private servers, and as a result, she and her colleagues at the State Department “were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.”
You dumb piece of fake cyber security employee shit.
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#72 - bigscarygary (05/15/2016) [-]
Gender reassignment cannot be compared to circumcision. It also cannot be compared to FGM. You can, however, compare circumcision to vaccination. I vaccinate my children, rather than asking them how they feel. Does that make me a monster too?
This whole trauma about agency and doing things the child might not like is ridiculous. Part of being a parent is having to make decisions for your kid for them. You consult doctors, you read peer-reviewed studies, you do the best you can, and hope time proves you right. My parents did the same with me, and my kids will do the same with their children.
All peer-reviewed evidence says a properly-performed circ has virtually zero downsides; unless you live in an area with less access to clean water or you have an increased likelihood of UTIs, you probably won't *need* it. But if you do it, cool. Anyone who is more passionate about circumcision than they are about getting ears pierced needs to take a deep breath and put down their participation trophy.