On Friday 16 May 2008 10:53:50 pm Steve McConville wrote:
> Please don't tell my boss any of this, OK? He likes to think his datas
> are important for some reason and so I keep pretending our codes are
> strengthful and potent.
Valuable to him, no doubt.
But are they valuable to anyone else?
If they are, why keep them on a machine accessible from the internet?
I thought the recent brouhaha about loss of laptops with medical records
verged on the farcical.
I mean, who wants to know the blood pressure of Mrs Kelly,
of 10 Main Street, Ballywherever?
Surely there are more interesting things to study?
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