» Sad, but true. @NickBilton tells us what we assumed, but wouldn’t allow ourselves to let soak in. landonhowell.com

Sad, but true. @NickBilton tells us what we assumed, but wouldn’t allow ourselves to let soak in.
Feb 13 2012

Writing on the issues surrounding Path’s unauthorized obtaining of your contacts via your iPhone, and Path CEO David Morin’s response to the matter.

At Mr. Morin’s last job at Facebook, his boss Mark Zuckerberg apologized publicly more than 10 times for privacy breaches.

It seems the management philosophy of “ask for forgiveness, not permission” is becoming the “industry best practice.” And based on the response to Mr. Morin, tech executives are even lauded for it.

tags: # business, #security, #web



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