During Agora Salerno, it happened quite a few times that presentations on screen were slow or not working at all. Unnamed sources from within the IT Committee told our investigative reporter Anna Pamplona that these problems are mostly caused by yet another bricked firewall.

The firewall is supposed to stop intruders from Berlin from tearing down that wall in order to interfere and influence our elections, but apparently also sometimes stops presentations from working just like when member of the Comité Directeur Monika presented her candidature for head of the Chair team.

The anonymous IT Committee member explains: “When we arrived in Salerno last week we found that they were still using a firewall from 1961, which was actually already breached in 1989. We’ve been working day and night to get a new firewall in place, but sometimes the old hardware bricks.”

They are working really hard to get everything in place: “Just about every day, we manage to take another brick off the firewall. It’s already safe and secure enough to mostly properly work during Agora Salerno, and we expect it to be fully finished on the 9th of November.”

The IT Committee has the full support from the members of the Comité Directeur and the Chair team into fixing these problems.

Published by Anna Pamplona

Anna Pamplona is the founder and Chief-in-Editor of the Silver Times, and has written many investigative articles. She received the Golden Silver Times-award for her article about unraveling the real location of the CD house in Bielefeld.