[LINK] Super fund security breach lands good Samaritan in hot water

Alex (Maxious) Sadleir maxious at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 16:43:02 AEDT 2011

Fairfax is reporting this afternoon that only the 500 clients who's ID
numbers were in the range in the script were notified. If only he had
set fire to every Commodore ;)
The NSW and Federal Privacy Commissioners are not amused and will be
making further inquiries:

On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 3:12 PM, Stephen Wilson <swilson at lockstep.com.au> wrote:

> In another post in this thread, it was revealed that the consultant
> availed himself of data on 500 clients.  That seems like a lot more than
> what's required to make the point.
> So here's another analogy.  If I found that Commodores had a faulty fuel
> system that made them liable to catch fire, and then to prove it, I
> arranged for one to actually catch fire, then I guess I might face arson
> charges, regardless of the merits of the safety point I was trying to make.
> And if I set fire to 500 cars for dramatic effect ...

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