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Comment: Re: Of course they collect the data... (Score 1) 599

The "executive" has clearly stated that the data may be potentially shared with marketers. Once shared, there is no telling how many time the data is resold, not just to the highest bidder, but to every bidder, in a decreasing order of return, with or without a NDA in place.

Comment: Re:Same Thing Happened To Us (Score 5, Insightful) 519

by ragarwal (#36935272) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Dealing With the Business Software Alliance?

Send and *affidavit* AND quoted *license numbers* to the BSA upon a request.
I am not wearing a tin-foil hat, but, you sir, you seem like someone who works for the BSA.

This sort of a letter will be the single most damaging piece of evidence against the victim in the court.

Comment: Delays by Google or Brown Staff (Score 1) 244

by ragarwal (#29489515) Attached to: "Going Google" Exposes Students' Email

Why was this feature^H^H^H^ bug present in the first place? It's not like this is the 1st time Google has had to implement email for 3rd parties.

Did Brown give a list of "superusers" to Google that had the ability to read global mails and someone botched it? O Oh.

"Ah.. CRAP. I think we cut and paste the wrong names on the God list."
"What... Call Google, quick!"
"Hello Google.... can you spin back time... ? ... ? What do you mean NO? .... Oh yeah the whole space-time thing.... . Err.. can we just call it a Google bug? .... ? What do you mean we have to deal with our own PR?" ... click.

The person who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything.