this little gem has been sitting in my reading queue for a little while. it’s an interesting variant of the, “what would you do if you found someone’s wallet?” scenario. with everything sitting on your smart phone, you wonder why more folks don’t lean on the built in protections to secure their data.
obviously, the punch line to the story is the notion that we simply can’t trust other people not to root around in our found personal stuff. if this holds true to folks at an individual level, what’s to stop those who have access to far vaster realms of personal info and who watches these orgs?