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US Iraq secrets leaked onto Interweb

Thu Nov 30 2006, 17:27
SECRET INTERNAL DATA from the US "war on terror" has been leaked to the web, Air Self Defence Force investigations recently revealed.

It turns out that the documents were shared, presumably by accident, on the hard drive of an ASDF member's computer as he surfed around on file sharing software.

The document contained information of military operations over in Iraq, though the ASDF has said that the information is no longer relevant, the situation having changed. This isn't the first time this has happened, though. The force has been plagued by internal data leaks from privately owned PCs since autumn last year, reports Breitbart. Worse yet, the leak came just as the force was taking steps to try and prevent any further leaks from happenng.

According to Minister of Vice Takemasa Moriya, heavy penalties will be served up to the offending first lieutenant, such as a cap on his broadband and the restriction of an iPod. µ


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