Ca: Rear Admiral confirms ‘data spill,’ downplays HMCS Trinity security breach

He didn’t mean any harm, and obfuscation works, so it’s no huge deal, right? Global News reports:

The Royal Canadian Navy’s East Coast boss is downplaying the extent of a security breach at HMCS Trinity, the military’s principal East Coast intelligence centre.

Military police in Halifax allege a web designer, working at the naval security operation, used Defence Department networks to improperly store more than 1,000 secret documents between 2004 and 2009.

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