As we hear they are building great server farms to store all our information we find that the NSA can't even keep hackers out of their own website.
Anonymous disables the National Security Agency’s website and trolls their “impressive surveillance apparatus” with “keywords of terror” as part of Operation Troll the NSA (#OpTrollTheNSA).
Hacktivists associated with the international internet collective Anonymous initiated Operation Troll the USA on June 12, in response to bombshell revelations made by Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former federal government contract worker who revealed details of a vast secret surveillance program operated by the National Security Agency (NSA).
Softpedia reports hackers from WikiCrew disrupted the official NSA website, nsa.gov, via a distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attack on June 12. At time of publication the site had been inaccessible for over 13 hours.Softpedia also reports “hackers of the St0rmyw0rm group have leaked a file which they claim contains the email addresses of over 400 individuals that work for the NSA.”
So they want to complete information awareness yet they are not aware enough to preempt the inevitable hacking? This makes me wonder how many actual threats were able to gain access to the NSA's systems if it was so easy for random hackers to get in. People paid and trained to infiltrate without leaving obvious footprints. Of course we will never know because in this day and age embarrassing=secret. Just ask Bradley Manning when he dutifully reported war crimes. Oh wait you can't they are still giving him his speedy trial three years in custody later.