Ignorance at Apple and Whisper
Quick question: What do Whisper and Apple have in common? That’s right, both are currently being publicly flayed for perceived privacy violations. More specifically the public is in an uproar after discovering that their respective software is sending personal data from their device to corporate servers, much to their surprise.
If you’ve read just about anything I’ve written in the past 3 years you know how I feel about companies that do things that surprise the consumer, but the situation with these two companies is a little unique but becoming more common. Their perceived violations wouldn’t have been easily resolved in the traditional manner – with more precise policies or via policy compliance audits.
If you’re not up on the latest in the Whisper scandal to follow is a brief summary. After garnering some attention from an article in The...
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