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Discussion in 'Round Table' started by GunnyGene, May 15, 2018.
JEDI is about to get real.
Anything can be hacked.
These systems are not accessible through the internet. DOD has their own non-public networks. But, if Amazon employees manage the system, there can be unlawful leaks of classified material, just like other DOD contractors (Snowden), service-members, and civil service employees have done in the past.
So be it, Jedi!
Nothing good can come of this , so why do it ?
"Amazon Web Services, considered a front-runner to win the JEDI contract,"
Surprise , surprise... guess we can count on this as a done deal .
This is insanity run rampant. As was posted above, anything can be hacked and the towelheads have plenty of money..
Because they can.
Simple as that.
I predict that "The Law of Unintended Consequences" will, yet again, raise it's ugly head.
...and a host of arrogant, ahole, ascended beings from the Ivy League will, yet again, be bewildered, and wonder how their brilliance could fail so miserably.
we have to stop Skynet! are you john connor?
The Tzar Bomb! Halloween 1961. I wonder if the Russians have another one tucked away somewhere
Well sort of. At least they claim to have a submersible long range drone that can carry a 100MT bomb to our East coast. There's been a couple stories about it, and DoD seems to take it seriously.
Ima go DC for 100, Alex.