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Comment: Re:It's true. (Score 1) 214

by disposable60 (#45359705) Attached to: What Apple Does and Doesn't Know About You

Exactly. Keep the absolute minimum of logs, and delete those logs routinely when they are no longer needed. Don't ask for personally identifying data, and if your business actually requires any type of such data - delete it as soon as practicable. Sixty or ninety days after payment for a purchase has cleared - you certainly don't need the identifying information any longer. Just delete it. There is no justification for selling that information to marketers. None. There is certainly no justification for keeping it around just in case Uncle Sam should ask for it. Tell Uncle to pay for his own investigations.

When the law says 'keep that data for -n- years, that's how long it's needed.

Comment: Re:First Step = ID the smarter people (Score 5, Insightful) 251

by disposable60 (#45280551) Attached to: Root of Maths Genius Sought

As long as you keep watching the less-developed minds for signs of the lights coming on later than average. Not all people develop according to schedule, and some late bloomers come on strong.

I know somone's going to say something about so few people accomplishing anything monumental after age 25 that you don't need to bother, but one should notice how few people accomplish anything at all BEFORE they turn 25.

1 Billion dollars of budget deficit = 1 Gramm-Rudman