Biometric Device With Identities Of U.S. Servicemen, Afghan Allies Sold On eBay For $68, Report Says

  • Marx allowed the Times to review the information found stored on the SEEK II.
  • “It was disturbing that they didn’t even try to protect the data,” Marx said. “They didn’t care about the risk, or they ignored the risk.”
  • The U.S. military could not verify the information reported to be contained on the biometric scanner.
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