I suppose people just trust these sites 'because everyone else does
it'. That's kind of the way I personally think, rightly or wrongly.
On 15/07/07, Charlotte Webb <charlottethewebb(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 7/15/07, David Gerard <dgerard(a)gmail.com>
[[Dancing pigs]]. "Given a choice between
dancing pigs and security,
users will pick dancing pigs every time." OOH SHINY!
On 7/15/07, Andrew Gray <shimgray(a)gmail.com> wrote:
A couple of large social-networking sites do this
and *don't* spam
people - I assume they're just relying on people trusting that "it
works like Facebook"...
No, I'm serious, even if Wikipedia (a site whose business ethics and
respect for user privacy are allegedly waaaaay beyond repute) prompted
me to enter my e-mail password so I could enjoy extra shiny new
features, I would kindly tell Wikipedia to bugger off.
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