Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Friday, August 03, 2012

How Secure Is Secure?

Nanny is always fond of telling us how much she values "security", and how we have to comply with her ever more draconian rules and regulations regarding our personal freedom "for our own good".

I am therefore somewhat underwhelmed to read that an allegedly "secure" location in Oak Ridge California (the U.S. government's only facility for handling, processing and storing weapons-grade uranium) has had to be shut because of a security breach.

Seemingly a number of activist (including an 82 year old nun) have managed to scale the fences and have gained access to the site.

Call me a cynic, but if this is an example of high security (albeit a US Nanny example), how the fark can we trust Nanny to look after our security, and indeed why should we give up our personal freedoms to help her "protect us"?

We would be far safer, and have significantly more liberty, were we to recognise that the real enemy of the people is the state.

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  1. Closer to home I would like to know the security implications of all the Whitehall staff who are working from home during the Olympics. Presumable such "work" as they actually do consists of sitting behind a keyboard and moving data about. If I'm correct much, if not all, of that data is public information, and would covered by the Data Protection Act. What thought (if any) has gone into the risks of poorly configured private systems being hacked, and yet more information being sold off to the highest bidder?

  2. @Microdave - 'Perhaps' arrangements could have been made for them to work in other 'secure environments' - in London, but away from hurly-burly?

    Wembley Stadium comes to mind - it is only going to be used for 2012 Events on a limited number of days. It HAS been fully 'checked' and is known to be 'secure'