[ExI] question for it hipsters

Dan danust2012 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 00:09:11 UTC 2014

On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 2:58 PM, spike <spike66 at att.net> wrote:
>> … no one - not even the feds - can hack stuff that no longer exists.
>> Adrian
> The metadata no longer exists?  Without it, how did some innocent
> persons who did nothing wrong know exactly which hard discs
> mysteriously crashed and then subsequently were accidentally
> crucified, drawn and quartered, ground to dust, burned and the
> smoldering ashes hurled into the sea?

I don't think any here knows what really happened there, but it was a terribly convenient loss of data. It reminded of many years ago when a mayor lost re-election and then his nephew's law office -- where many files dealing with city contracts -- has a fire. Notably, the aforementioned contracts all seemed to be lost and there were no copies to be found. And no investigation ensued. Strange that, no?


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