There's a reason for the written response
He couldn't keep a straight face when trying to say it was all tickety boo.
The UK's spy agency auditor has given public sector snoopers a clean bill of health – except for domestic surveillance specialists MI5, whose cloud data storage blunder is still under investigation. In its annual report for 2018, published this week, the Investigatory Powers Commissioner's Office (IPCO) concluded once again …
in a sensible or trustworthy manner.
"companies should act responsibly when it comes to virus alerts"
in a way that relates to duty or responsibility.
So, I assume 'responsibly is used in the sense of the second definition rather than the trustworthy definition.
for some reason Computer Weekly is rather less impressed with MI.5
their "slammed by watchdog" as opposed to your "cloud data storage blunder" - I'll read further, later...
"... a suicidal person died before police found them, ... IPCO said after investigating it had "notified the affected person of the fact of the serious error," "
Does the ICPO actually own a Ouija board? Ok so that's a bad joke but did the IPCO investigate itself after this travesty and if not, why not?
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