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Japan cybersecurity minister admits he has never used a computer
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This article blew my mind this morning; per theguardian.com, the Minister in charge of Cybersecurity for the entire country of Japan, Yoshitaka Sakurada, was quoted saying, “Since the age of 25, I have instructed my employees and secretaries [to do important tasks], so I don’t use computers myself.”
Keep in mind, there are NINE functional NUCLEAR REACTORS and FIVE NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS in use on the small island of Japan; that being said, if it is true that the head of Cybersecurity does not use computers- that would beg the questions as to how safe these facilities are!
This article further goes on to report that Sakurada seemed confused when asked if USB drives were in use at these above-mentioned nuclear facilities. This is a very disturbing article indeed. Here it is:
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