Sep 162010
 
 September 16, 2010  Breaches, Online

Danny Sullivan writes:

Earlier this week, news broke that a Google employee had been fired in July for accessing the private information of a few individuals without permission, in violation of Google’s policies. Isn’t that something Google should be reporting itself, I wondered? It makes sense to me, but don’t expect Google to do so.

Read more on Search Engine Land.

Sullivan also attempts to answer some of  the four questions Gawker put to Google. No, not the “Why is this night different from all other nights” questions…. questions about whether Google notified those affected, what it will do going forward, etc.

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