Responsibility and Trust in Business

Few minutes ago I found out that Kickstarter was hacked, and user information was exposed. It's not the first time a popular site gets hacked (and it won't be the last, for sure), the interesting part however is why did that happen and what would be the right path for a service like this to handle the data protection layer for its users. That's how I see the three layers of trust/responsibility relationship in that combo: There are other interpretations and possible role assignments, but let's stick with that for a bit. Users/Customers Let's apply that Kickstarter example to another… Continue Reading