29 June 2010

Is NATO a State Sponsored Data Haven?


Thickie-pedia tells us that,

"A data haven is a computer or a network that holds data protected from government action by both technical means (encryption) and location in a country that has either no laws, or poorly-enforced laws restricting use of data and no extradition treaties."

If protected from government action is construed to mean,

protected from compliance with

... then ... isn't NATO one massive State data haven?

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