The e-mail hack of former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, which revealed a number of embarrassing opinions and national secrets, has Washington D.C. politicians scrambling for solutions, reported the New York Times on Thursday. They range from deleting personal Gmail accounts to moving back to flip phones.
The newspaper suggests, however, that politicians might do best by adopting solutions used by another industry requiring high secrecy: Hollywood.
“Studios have turned to a new class of companies with names like WatchDox that wrap screenplays with encryption, passwords and monitoring systems that can track who has access to confidential files,” writes the Times.
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