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"John Posada" <JPosada -at- book -dot- com> wrote ...
> > This reminds me of the Foundstone flap that just came out.
> > One of the VPs of Foundstone got caught telling his employees to spam
> Actually, I see little in common between the two.
Both are things that a lot of people do that are of questionable legality.
Both are things you shouldn't admit publically or encourage others to do.
Both are issues where intentions are often ignored over perceptions.
Both can cause the source damage (job loss, loss of business).
They're conceptually similar.
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