I found this in the "meet a scientologist" part of their site: If I was still at my old post inside, I would at once call internal IT and have them check how long this error was on the website. If its less than 30 days, I would just send an email telling them to fix it asap. Now, ff the errors have been out there for the public to see for more than 30 days, then I would hold a videoconference. I'd invite the IT dept head behind the team that put this site up, the QC guy who rubber-stamped it and the mission holders of all the missions whose websites feature this bug. If the bug occurs on all websites across the scn spectrum, then I'd also invte the FSO head. And then, I would have a field day while crucifying some people. I mean look at the bottom of the second image! They do not intend to give full names of the people in the vids, but you can find that out anyway because of the bug. Which also means their surnames are somwhere in the code, ready to be sourced by anyone with minimum IT skills. That's a huge sec leak and a PR humiliation. Its amazing how their quality dropped over the years.I guess they are so understaffed and most of the intelligent people have already left. Its the spiral of stupidity and inefficiency that made me lose all faith in the system, I left thinking its only gonna get worse. I'm glad to see that my predictions have proven true.