Hubris

What happens when you’ve been sitting on top of the world for so long and you start venturing into new markets?

Google executives acknowledged the issue but said that the security features of the phone would limit the extent of damage that could be done by an intruder, compared with today’s PCs and other cellphones.

From this article.

If Google doesn’t care about a security vulnerability in Google Android, because of “other security features,” how safe does that make you feel about all your data in their cloud?

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3 Responses to Hubris

  1. Scott says:

    I’d call it hubris except they have more CSci PHd’s in employment than you’ve likely ever met.

  2. c.k. says:

    I think the chances for hubris occurring increase exponentially by the number of really smart people gathered in one place sharing one culture.

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