The Internal Revenue Service can’t find stuff on its own computers — but hackers enter almost at will. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has had no trouble facing down questions about IRS targeting of right-leaning nonprofits — or about the “lost” e-mails of the woman at the heart of that abuse, Lois Lerner. His face didn’t redden a bit when 30,000 of her “lost” e-mails turned up on tapes the IRS never bothered to check. So far, he’s every bit as unapologetic about the ease with which hackers accessed the tax returns of more than 100,000 Americans from February to mid-May.
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