Matt Prigge sent me a link to this article on the sudden revocation of the ca.gov domain on Tuesday, and the chaos that ensued. I'm hoping that there's far more to this story than simply that the GSA just decided to pull the whole domain. Even if some systems were hacked, that's certainly not cause to pull such a massive zone. You would think that the persons responsible for actually performing the work might have had some clue as to what what happening and mentioned that it might be a big mistake. Or maybe it's such an automated process that anyone with proper credentials can pull zones. If that's the case, then I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often.
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