IARPA to offer potential cure for employees’ ‘linkclickitis’ disease

Federal News Network

The intelligence community, like every other federal and private sector organization, suffers from the common employee disease of “linkclickitis.” It’s described by doctors as a condition where the employee has an uncontrollable urge to press the left button on the mouse while hovering over a link sent by email. But the good doctors, err developers, from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency may have found a cure or at least a way to isolate the disease so it doesn’t do harm to the rest of the body.