Whistleblower case opens window into secret computer systems
WASHINGTON — The whistleblower complaint at the heart of Congress' impeachment inquiry opened a window Thursday into government computer systems that White House and other government employees use to share and manage classified information on a day-to-day basis. The process is complicated. There are unclassified and classified systems that are not interconnected. Then there is still another where very sensitive information is stored — one that only a handful of officials can access.