Forum:Federal Employees sex lived hacked by the Chinese
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The Chinese hacked into the database about Federal Employees sex lives I think it should become an UnNews article but my writing skills are not that good to write it. Did you know federal workers surf porn at work and the government records it all? That all of this crazy stuff is done on the US taxpayer's money? The Chinese have been hacking federal datbases like crazy since they let people use the word 'password' for their passwords. Orion Blastar (talk) 23:16, June 25, 2015 (UTC)
- Headlines for UnNews articles for eager cub Unreporters to develop can be posted at Template:UnNews Other Headlines ("Minitrue").
- However, what you have is a specific blog post that you would like someone else to turn into an UnNews. This can be discussed in the UnNews:Newsroom or on the talk page of your potential
- However, what you seem to want is for someone to use this blog and make a serious political point on this website. That would not be appropriate. In particular, fleshing out how the information hacked by the Chinese might be used by the Chinese (in pursuit of the goals they have made no secret of), or listing American dignitaries who might have bestiality in their closets, would be hard to make funny. 13:47 26-Jun-15
I can try to find an angle... Perhaps this is part of a desire for westernization rather than overt data theft for security reasons. Perhaps there are some very bad habits the Western World have, that the Chinese are starting to adopt. What interests me more, is the fact that there is an official database on Federal employees sex lives to be hacked in the first place! --EStop (talk) 15:22, June 26, 2015 (UTC)
- Muslims do, at least; some of the 9/11 attack teams visited the finest little whorehouse in Maine on the eve of their attack of religious purity. (However, that was our fault as well.)
- On the database: As the source indicates, a bureaucracy doesn't place people in sensitive positions of power without knowing which might be susceptible to flipping through blackmail. That implies the assembly of a database of weak points, and that database becomes a weapon. (Also: How do you assemble enough information to guarantee "universal health coverage" for an entire nation without acquiring a comparble database of personal vulnerabilities and putting it in the hands of all the usual scoundrels?
- On a separate issue of longer standing: A bureaucracy doesn't just declare equality-of-opportunity (such as for black people in the Army). It must put together a program to measure the magnitude of the problem and any movement toward solution (which can only measure equality-of-results instead). Fixating on those numbers leads to other programs to improve them, involving the exact racism that it was the original impulse to eliminate.
- These are serious themes, but also absurd enough as to be springboards to humor. 16:32 26-Jun-15
- Been flicking through for a couple of stories to mash with the one above. There have been a series of fads in China, from the belly button challenge to "are your legs as long as Taylor Swift's". The sex database is a great concept, but I would argue (and perhaps that might be a way to go) having your intimate life on disk is not protecting you from blackmail, it's just protecting you from blackmail from those that don't have the disk! Except it doesn't, because although Government don't mind that you slept with your sister-in-law as they have it soft-copy, your brother will still take exception (probably).--EStop (talk) 18:36, June 26, 2015 (UTC)