As much as the BC Liberals promised to crack down on cybercrime, their gesture has been a feeble attempt at the least.
"Minister Iain Black officially opened the new International Cybercrime Research
Centre located at Simon Fraser University Surrey Centre campus July 8. The
Province has provided $350,000 in grants to help the centre in investigating
online crime trends and developing tools to counter emerging threats. "
Whether its one columnist using the word "auction" or another using the phrase "wholesale auto auction", one thing is obvious, the steps that the BC Liberals took to ensure that BC Auction wouldn't find itself on the front pages of newspaper has been amply done by PWC by their not having mentioned specifically, that BC Auction, was involved and there's the rub.
Any government asset that needs liquidating, must be done in-house by BC Auction, and if the rebuilt wrecks that managers and staff collaberated on together to fool ICBC Board of Directors, and BC Liberal politicians that is what was truly happening, a revenue generator from wrecked cars, then they must be the ones who still believe in the fairy tale stories that geese can lay golden eggs. If the written off wrecks weren't funneled to the outside world in-house via AIR, then how did they make it outside without using an auction house not related to the Government?
BC Auction has had a well documented history of selling off computer tapes and the equipment to read them, along with government computers with VERY sensitive data on them that included health records, personal information, Care Card numbers, addresses, phone numbers, everything that anyone that was interested in knowing in regards to Identity Theft... the BC Government was front and centre.
The ball is in your Court Mr. Black, what have you got to say?
Oh, and by the way, why is there a preferential treatment towards public service employees when it comes to registering with BC Bid?