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Idiots in Charge!

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"The (UK) Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has come under fire after disclosing details about the number of mobile devices it has lost over the last three years.

In a response to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, the Department revealed that 118 mobile phones and laptops have been lost or stolen over the past three years.

These include 83 BlackBerry devices, 17 laptops, 16 BIS-issued mobile phones, as well as one personal laptop and BlackBerry."

"Earlier this year, it was revealed that over 2,000 pieces of IT equipment were lost or stolen from Government departments between 2011 and 2012, with the Ministry of Defence accounting for more than half of those lost."

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http://www.itpro.co.uk/mobile-phones/19430/department-business-innovation-and-skills-loses-more-100-devices-three-years?

'Britain is in safe hands' -- Our Prime Minister (lol)

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Haha, not suprised at all. The high up people in the MOD etc are probably the ones taking the stuff. That's how they are usually rich. Take advantage at every chance.

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Lost or stolen my foot!! sold on more like!!

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Does anyone remember a few years back a load of the old council computers were sent to Africa and still had all the info on it? Now their excuse is "its been lost or stolen"!!shaking-head-sad-smiley-emoticon.gif

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