At 07:31 AM 2/24/01, James M Galvin wrote:
>This is all well and good and I'm sure that like us most companies who
>would make such a statement really do plan to stick to it. The scenario
>to be concerned about though is what happens if and when the company
Amazon.com, as you probably know, retroactively changed their privacy
policy and you did NOT have a chance to opt out. Their word was worth
the virtual paper it was (not) printed on!
I just heard that email subscriber databases are being viewed as
sellable "assets" in bankruptcy proceedings... the court-appointed
trustee is actually selling things in violation of the bankrupt
Information basically cannot be protected, IMHO, and if you promise
to do what you cannot do you may be in trouble later.
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