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April 15, 2008



I gather it's called eating your own dogfood ... or drinking your own koolaid. Having the employees put their own data up in their system might be a good idea :)


In Unix-land and nowadays in open software, it's always been considered a good thing to build software that you're going to use yourself. This seems like a corollary: maybe the developers of any public-facing system should be required to expose their own information as much as anybody else.


Other instances of government agencies allowing access to personal and financial information include the recent threats to veterans through a contractors stolen lap top and more. Find out about these stories and how can keep your credit safe by visiting http://www.identitytheftsecrets.com/veterans-what-you-should-know-to-prevent-and-recov.html#more

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