Enlarge / Former FBI Director James Comey participates in a news conference on child sex trafficking at FBI headquarters, June 23, 2014 in Washington, DC. (credit: Mark Wilson / Getty Images News)
It has now been roughly 36 hours since FBI Director James Comey was summarily dismissed by President Donald Trump.

Comey now-famously found out that he’d been fired while visiting FBI colleagues in Los Angeles.
During that time, it’s not at all clear what measures have been taken to secure his files, computers, or other devices that may have been in his Washington, DC office or in his control at the time he was removed from his post. Under the Criminal Justice Information Services policy, Comey’s access would have been immediately terminated.
When Ars asked the FBI what, if anything, had been done to secure Comey’s materials, Susan McKee, a 27-year veteran spokeswoman of the Bureau, e-mailed: “We don’t have any further comment at this time.”
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