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Complaint Review: US Government - Charlotte NC

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  • Reported By: Neo — Charlotte NC United States
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  • US Government 203 McClean Rd Charlotte , NC United States

US Government US Federal Agents in violation with the Defense Secrets Act of 1911 Charlotte NC

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The following STIGS and SCAP code is currently accessible openly on the Internet for Terrorists to download and can replicate VM Servers in Millions of Data Centers worldwide. The following STIGS and SCAP secrets can be founded here >  .

US Federal Agents would face Charges include two violations under the Espionage Act and theft of government property since anyone can access Github on the Open Web that contains the US Government Secrets. Anyone can transmit the code to mobile devices and Computers as there are Millions of Computers and Mobile Phones worldwide or transmit to any computer device thats capable of storing any data.

The federal government is stepping up its game this week on the cybersecurity front, with both proposed budget line items that would requisition nearly $11 billion for cyber however US Government is at a lost of $11 Billion as any Cyber Criminal or anyone can download US Government Secrets on the Open Web, and the introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2019, which would require that devices purchased by the U.S. government meet certain minimum security requirements.

See . Both espionage charges and theft of government property all carry maximum sentences of ten years in prison. The Defense Secrets Act of 1911 was one of the first laws in the United States specifically criminalizing the disclosure of government secrets. It was based in part on the British Official Secrets Act of 1889[1] and criminalized obtaining or delivering "information respecting the national defense, to which he is not lawfully entitled".

Much of the language of the 1911 law was re-used in the Espionage Act of 1917, still in force. The act was entitled "An Act to prevent the disclosure of national defense secrets". It was approved on March 3, 1911.[4] At the time, the United States, under general John J. Pershing, and President William Howard Taft, was fighting the Moro Rebellion in the southern Philippines, a fallout from the Spanish–American War of 10 years earlier. The law specifically mentioned the Philippines.

The language of the 1911 act, especially the notion of information 'relating' to the 'national defense' being obtained or delivered to 'those not entitled to receive it', was retained through subsequent American secrecy laws, including the Espionage Act of 1917 and the McCarran Internal Security Act of 1950. Many later Espionage Act cases, for example Gorin v. United States, involved arguments about the exact meaning of terms like 'national defense'. US Government would be at lost on all Cyber Bills and Billions exchanged since anyone can now download the US Government Secrets on Github.

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