Joined: 23 Nov 2006 Posts: 19270 Location: Inside the Matrix
From the article:
but the reality is that it's quite difficult to create a break-in-proof facility
I believe there is no way to keep out the "insiders" who are supposed to have access to the facility. . . If "they" choose to do bad things, i'm not sure how to prevent them - you might detect/track them, but prevention would be mch more difficult.
I can't imagine them maintaining any credibility in the marketplace after this has come to light.
Unfortunately, notariety is better than being unknown. . . If they drop prices for a short while and "promise to do better", they will very possibly add customers. . .