Japan’s new minister in charge of cybersecurity made a startling admission on Wednesday: he doesn’t actually use computers.
“Since I was 25, I have been in a position of authority where secretaries and employees handle such tasks for me,” Yoshitaka Sakurada, 68, told a Lower House cabinet committee meeting, per The Japan Times.
“I give instructions to my aide and so I don’t punch into a computer myself,” he added, per The Associated Press. “But I am confident our work is flawless.”
To be fair, that is the best way to be secure with computers.