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Re: Yahoo! Blurs the Privacy Line
Posted by: Keith Regan 2001-12-08 11:42:06
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A foolish consistency, Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, is the hobgoblin of little minds. But when it comes to Internet privacy and the legal issues involved, consistency is a good thing. Which is why last week should have been at least a bit embarrassing for Yahoo!.

Re: Yahoo! Blurs the Privacy Line
Posted by: bebazu 2003-04-24 12:48:50 In reply to: Keith Regan
Is the "cry unlawful conduct" on Yahoo - not a factor that they should have considered as Yahoo! gives out to everyone who asks/pays for a "service with privacy" to sign so many PARAGRAPHS? I think that issue is, and should be a matter for any c.e.o's responsibility - not to be "leftover" for any worker. it is the heart of any deal - and the real name for it is "true honesty in business". don't do to others - what you don't want done to you.
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