FEMA’s Fake News Conference

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In light of FEMA using our tax dollars to stage a fake news conference, I’d like to take a moment to assure you that none of the Emergent Chaos combo works for the Burton Group, and any softball questions in our interviews are just because we like them.

Photo: FEMA news conference, AP.

[Update: We originally attributed the photo to the AP. It was actually taken by pirhoebabe. We apologize for the confusion.]

One thought on “FEMA’s Fake News Conference

  1. Well since you’re saying you’ve been having problems identifying where all the spyware and malware are coming from [Ed-No we haven't] I’d have to ask you…when was the last time you and your team ran a comprehensive Security Assessment on your network security? You’d be surprised what those reveal even if you’ve ran one as recently as a few months ago.
    These assessments often reveal problems with firewalls and outdated or un-updated antivirus and antispyware software apps. You can waste a lot of time trying to guess or you can just run the assessment and start making adjustments accordingly.
    [Editor's note: Bugger off daveluvsuz@earthlink.net. I've deleted your URL.]

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