Tuesday, November 1, 2011

When the Paranoiacs Fail

News from Israel:
A contract worker from the Labor and Welfare Ministry was charged with stealing the personal information of over nine million Israelis from the Population Registry, the Justice Ministry announced Monday after a media ban was lifted.

The worker electronically copied identification numbers, full names, addresses, dates of birth, information on family connections and other information in order to sell it to a private buyer.
And then the data got to someone else, and they uploaded it all...

Hey, if these guys can't get it right, who can?

1 comment:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

You can have your soul back, Mister McGravitas (IF that is your real name!).

But it will cost you a fair number of quatloos.