Skip to comments.Former NSA software developer sentenced for keeping classified materials
Posted on 09/26/2018 5:59:58 PM PDT by Libloather
Nghia Hoang Pho, a former software developer for the U.S. National Security Agency, was sentenced Tuesday in connection with removing classified material from NSA headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland.
Pho was ordered to spend 5.5 years behind bars during a hearing held in Baltimore federal court, capping off a curious case that raised questions about possible ties existing between the former NSA employee and leaks of the agencys highly capable hacking tools.
A naturalized immigrant from Vietnam, Pho was hired by the NSA in 2006 and employed through 2015 as a developer for its Tailored Access Operations (TAO) division, a specialized unit responsible for conducting offensive cyber-operations in support of the agencys international eavesdropping efforts.
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I wonder if that standard could be applied to Hillary.
Duh - he should have wiped it, like with a cloth.
“Former NSA software developer sentenced for keeping classified materials”
Meanwhile, Hillary spreads everything we’ve got all over the world. Nice going Jeff.
This guy got 5.5 years for retaining classified material.
Hillary gets accolades.
Must have found an unreasonable prosecutor.
NSA is the biggest employer in Maryland, it is estimated the agency employees 40,000 + people. They don’t deign to let us know for sure. The estimated budget is around 10 billion, again it is classified. Snowden said it was around 50 billion off the books for surveillance and data collection, if I recall.
"The counter-attack was SOOO much faster this time, it was like...they were WAITING for us..."
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