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rslade
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First crime in space!

NASA, the Federal Trade Commission, and the New York Times are investigating what appears to be the first criminal activity in or from space.

 

(Unsurprisingly to anyone in law enforcement, it is an unedifying "domestic" spat ...)

 

 

 

 

(Rather bizzarrely, one of the "suggested" items that search came up with in regard to the title of this topic was "Women in Cybersecurity Report.")


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Shannon
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Re: First crime in space!

 


@rslade wrote:

NASA, the Federal Trade Commission, and the New York Times are investigating what appears to be the first criminal activity in or from space.


This article talks about a spacewalk involving just her and another astronaut being called of coz they didn't have another suit that would fit her --- if it did proceed it would have been the 1st done by 2 women.

 

So perhaps her sole intention was to make history, regardless of how...  Man Wink

 

 


(Rather bizzarrely, one of the "suggested" items that search came up with in regard to the title of this topic was "Women in Cybersecurity Report.")


I'l assume it's the result of her ex having founded some company dealing with such security, as mentioned here.

 

If there's not really been any infringement, and this was all just part of the divorce, I can't help but feel sorry for the kid who's caught in between...

 

 

 

 

Shannon D'Cruz,
CISM, CISSP

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