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FEMA leaked 2.3M disaster survivors’ data to this previously unidentified company

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  • What makes this nearly as tragic is the fact that technology exists to prevent this from happening. Cryptographers have developed pseudonyms cryptography, which can maintain the utility of sensitive data, while keeping it private. Banks are using it already for GDPR, not sure why governments haven’t figured it out yet.

  • “One contractor” for temporary housing? Why isn’t that “one of the contractors”? FEMA is a complete mess and will continue to be as long as the Director is a political appointee. There are so many good hearted, honest folks who work for FEMA that experience great difficulty in helping disaster survivors

    “One contractor” for temporary housing? Why isn’t that “one of the contractors”? FEMA is a complete mess and will continue to be as long as the Director is a political appointee. There are so many good hearted, honest folks who work for FEMA that experience great difficulty in helping disaster survivors because of the poorly organized, poorly run and now clearly corrupt leadership.

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