The White House is considering banning staff from using personal cell phones while on the job, according to five administration officials.
The move would further security protocol already in place, including the storage of wirelessly connected-mobile devices in cubbies outside of certain meeting rooms. It could also isolate key staffers by restricting their communication capabilities with colleagues, as well as family and friends, reports Bloomberg.
The prospective decision is possibly a response to significant concerns from President Donald Trump over a number of leaks to the media industry.
One official, however, said that the potential internal rule change isn’t related to those worries, according to Bloomberg. Rather, the prohibition would address cybersecurity unease within the White House.
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