..securing user data after it's been made public on Google for the world to see forever after does not make up for the poor design, implementation and security..
Neither TFS nor any previous poster said that GroupOn's effective, albeit untimely, response in any way abdicates them from the responsibility for the leak. TFS simply meant that GroupOn's immediate reaction(once they knew what had happened) deserves some consideration.
they shouldn't be in a position of such responsibility in the first place, let alone now
I'm guessing that you mean that if a software developer can't write 100% secure software the first time, said developer shouldn't develop software at all?
the entire management and security team should be replaced
Please correct me if I'm not understanding this correctly, but it seems to me that you're advocating strict government oversight of the entire software industry.
Why can't you?
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