In a Nov. 26 story entitled “UNDP Accused of Coverup in North Korea Cash Funneling Scandal,” UNDP gave incorrect information to FOX News regarding the contents of 11 computer servers that critics say are being disposed of as part of the alleged coverup. As reported in the story, UNDP spokesman David Morrison told FOX News that the servers, which UNDP has declared obsolete, had been used to host the organizations’s “virtual directory" (phone book) and “contained no sensitive information.”

After follow-up questions from FOX News, Morrison said that only one of the 11 servers hosted the directory. The others “were a combination of file/print servers and UNDP’s old intranet.” All information contained in the servers, he declared, “was migrated to other equipment to ensure that no information was lost.” The incorrect information, he told Fox News, had been provided inadvertently.

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