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U.S. Military Looks Into Data Sales in Afghanistan

Black marketeers can feel the heat a long way off. So by the time U.S. soldiers came looking Tuesday, the shopkeeper had his military computer drives tucked away in a zip-lock bag on a hidden shelf. The U.S. military said Tuesday that it was looking into reports that computer drives containing military data, some marked “secret,” were available for as little as $20 in a bazaar outside its biggest base, and soldiers were visible making rounds there. But once they passed, at least two shopkeepers still offered memory drives for sale. Full Story

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