The Stupid Coup, Part Infinity
Scissorhead MDavis alerts us:
Maybe they are not the cyber crimes experts that they think they are!
The federal agency is probing phones that contain metadata showing that the messages were sent and received on or around 6 January 2021, the network reported on 23 July.
An investigation followed a letter from an inspector general at the US Department of Homeland Security – first reported by The Intercept and shared by the House select committee investigating the attack on the US Capitol – finding that messages from agency personnel were missing or erased.
The Secret Service – the agency responsible for protecting the president and senior officials – told the office of the inspector general that a trove of messages was deleted as part of a “device-replacement“ programme.
Well, that’s embarrassing. I can hardly wait to find out what the Pretorian Guard were texting.