Double plus ungood

Former CIA head George Tenet outlines his philosophy about Internet security. It's a slam dunk! (Oops, he's still sensitive about that...)

Mr. Tenet pointed out that the modernization of key industries in the United States is making them more vulnerable by connecting them with an Internet that is open to attack.

The way the Internet was built might be part of the problem, he said. Its open architecture allows Web surfing, but that openness makes the system vulnerable, Mr. Tenet said.

Access to networks like the World Wide Web might need to be limited to those who can show they take security seriously, he said.
Mr. Tenet, I hereby apologize on behalf of myself and the Internet for using satire to confuse the good people of America. Also, sorry about all the porn.

[Internet Over]

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