An entertaining piece in the Wall Street Journal today describes the preferred mobile phone for Japanese philanderers. It’s an older Fujitsu model that the faithful get reconditioned to keep it running for three years and longer. Its main advantage is that you can conceal missed calls and other information from the casual observer, but to
Is Apple Changing Its Story on User Tracking?
Two weeks ago, Apple and Google were called to answer growing concerns over privacy practices before Senate lawmakers. Today, executives from both companies responded to questions in a Senate hearing, but did little to alleviate our fears of user tracking.
The tracking of smartphones and their users’ activities is a scary thought. We know that…
The Silence of the Communicators
By Philip Segal on
Posted in Corporate Governance, Privacy
Apple, Google and Amazon are in the communications business, but their leaders all need to take some courses at Hamburger University to learn how to communicate with their customers.
Any trial lawyer or investigator will tell you that WHEN something happens can be at least as important as the event itself.
Take the responses to…