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Registrant: Make this info private
Karl Rove & Company
4925 Weaver Terrace NW
Washington, DC 20016

Domain Name: ROVE.COM

Administrative Contact :
PO BOX 1902
AUSTIN, TX 78767-1902
Phone: 512 479 6601
Fax: 123 123 1234

Technical Contact :
PrismNet, Inc.,
11500 Metric Blvd
Austin, TX 78758
Phone: (512)821-2991
Fax: (512)821-2995

Record expires on 28-Jul-2007
Record created on 29-Jul-1995
Database last updated on 06-Oct-2006

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Heh indeedy. There's more, but not much:

Current Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
IP Address: (ARIN & RIPE IP search)
IP Location: -(-)
Record Type: Domain Name
Server Type: Indeterminate
Lock Status: clientTransferProhibited
DMOZ no listings
Y! Directory: see listings
Secure: No
E-commerce: No
Traffic Ranking: Not available
Data as of: 14-Jun-2005

Let's repeat that one bit again:

Secure: No

Real reassuring, innit? Not that anybody would have a desire to hack into, plant a keystroke tracker, or otherwise stick a needle in the information vein at the heart of the US politico-governmental operation, would they?

Just in case Mr. Rove, who as Froom reminds us is prone to losing his equipment:

As attached as Rove was to his BlackBerry, he apparently lost it at least once. One can only imagine what was on it at the time.

This came up as Ralston was explaining that Rove might have thought his e-mail was being backed up because of how long it took IT people to restore his mail folders: "It may have been four or five times. I can't say specifically, but it seemed to be a number of times. Karl would get a new computer. He would lose a BlackBerry. Whenever this happened, there would be some conversation with the [Information Services and Technology] people about his mail file."

might have been copying his other mail to a backup site, like Jack Abramoff did to his Greenberg-Traurig office?

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Sounds like a lot of people and a lot of machines should have some recollection of Mr. Rove's e-mails. It's a good thing he wasn't juggling national secrets.

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Thank you ma'am or sir as the case may be. I had meant to go back and highlight that SECURE: NO line and forgot earlier.

I am thinking that we need a similar notice printed on every copy of the Constitution henceforth....assuming we have a hence to be forth from after we get shut of these bastards.