Lifelock admits it lied in its ads (again), agrees to $100M fine


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“Despite these failings, the company routinely advertised that it protected consumers’ sensitive data”


#3

What’s the FTV?

“Lifelock previously stated that the FTV would have to prevail in court to get any money out of it, because it had not done anything wrong.”


#4

FTC.

I guess business guys just aren’t detail people. They’re big-picture people. But they really should hire some detail people to see the job gets done.


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Behind every business person who can’t spell is an administrative assistant with a dictionary (on- or off-line) and migraines from scrolling. Having been the latter sort, I know this from personal experience.


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A whole pile of engineers and accountants would also be useful.


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Who’s going to correct their spelling?

How about a spell-checking program that makes a noise every time is finds a misspelled word? Like Tom Waits in “The Fisher King” at the 2:03 mark in this clip:


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I’ve got a copy of Typing Tutor from @OtherMichael for windows 95 and some old floppies with Office on them… Think I could help? :smiley:


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ZOMG, the memories…“A” or “B” disks?


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It’s from a whole gang of people (mostly active members here) - I was just the Face.


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It is nearly mint, I ain’t opening the box :smile:
Now to find a copy of Mavis beacon…


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I’ve got this one, but it’s a little battered:


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Is that the version that Begbie used?


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There’s no branch of the multiverse in which a “lifelock” is a positive thing


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