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Learning From Gawker’s Failure

December 15th, 2010 12:34 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Gunkerty Jeb writes “The Gawker hack has completely disenfranchised their users, not to mention the breach in trust that may well be impossible to regain. User’s are demanding that they be allowed to delete their accounts immediately, and beyond implementing such a mechanism, it is likely that Gawker systems will have to be rebuilt from the ground up to avoid future hacks. So, what is to be learned from this perfect storm of bluster and bravado?”

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