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The Data Security Plan at My Daughter’s School

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1.  Take the data.
2.  Put it behind a door.
3.  Put a “data” sign next to the door.
4.  Lock the door.

I bet the plan works.

2 thoughts on “The Data Security Plan at My Daughter’s School”

  1. Tom says:

    No, that’s the closet of Fred Data, the janitor. The other data is on computers in the main office – spelling bee results, fractions test scores, and “what I did this summer essays” from the children – all being vacuumed up by the NSA to “analyze” for “terrism” when they have a minute.

  2. J Clifford says:

    Apparently, data aren’t allowed in the classrooms in her school.

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