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Comment: Re:Ok then... (Score 5, Informative) 226

by operagost (#49196063) Attached to: How Activists Tried To Destroy GPS With Axes

Or he wrote that in the hopes of getting laid.

Probably. In any case, several female scientists were directly involved in the Manhattan Project, so... false. And of course, my favorite genius starlet, Hedy Lamarr, invented a frequency hopping wireless technology for torpedo guidance (which was, naturally, rejected but not because she was female). I guess women just aren't big on gunpowder firearms.

Comment: Re:Politics aside for a moment. (Score 2) 535

I'm not understanding how anyone could consider this to qualify as "push[ing] the rules to their limits". The emails were never archived, which was required by law. PERIOD. If she'd used her personal email, but used Google backup or something* and dumped the archive to IT on her way out, that would be "push[ing] the rules".

* We'll ignore how insecure that may be.

Mommy, what happens to your files when you die?