Ian (lovingboth) wrote,

If I were a major multinational internet firm that had been hacked..

.. leading to a loss of customers' names, dates of birth, phone numbers, physical addresses, email addresses, and "encrypted" passwords, I would:

a) say something on the front page of the site; and

b) say something on the site's media centre press release page; and

c) say something on the site's announcements page; and

d) say something on the login page; and

e) say something on the landing page when someone does log in; and

f) say something in an email to every customer.

eBay has done none of those. It did tweet something though.

This entry was originally posted at http://lovingboth.dreamwidth.org/520716.html, because despite having a permanent account, I have had enough of LJ's current owners trying to be evil. Please comment there using OpenID - comment count unavailable have and if you have an LJ account, you can use it for your OpenID account. Or just join Dreamwidth! It only took a couple of minutes to copy all my entries here to there.

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