ICE wants previously released spy documents returned

November 8, 2012 12:23 PM

From Computerworld's "Security is Sexy" blog:

This may sound a bit harsh, but what kind of digitally-challenged people are running ICE? You know, Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency that relied on twisted evidence and the MPAA’s say so for domain seizures or let the RIAA explain away the site shutdown.
 
This is the same ICE with a Cyber Crimes Center that shut down 84,000 websites by accident during “Operation Save Our Children.” The same ICE that Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren advised those mistakenly seized sites to sue.
 
Now, in something that seems like the punch line to a bad joke, ICE called and it wants its "going dark" spy documents back.