Jul 152009
 July 15, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Misc

Many of the headlines today discuss a story mentioned earlier today on this site — how Twitter got hacked and TechCrunch decided to publish some of the documents they were sent by the hacker.

Steve Ragan of Tech Herald provides coverage of the ethical controversy raised by Tech Crunch’s decision and agrees with their stance, while Michael Arrington of Tech Crunch responded to all of the comments they received after announcing their decision and rationale to publish some of the documents.

The San Francisco Business Times also addresses the ethical issues.

Earlier today, I commented on PogoWasRight.org’s approach to the ethical quandary over on Chronicles of Dissent.

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