Telling the truth is a journey

“Facebook Details Data Sharing,” The Wall Street Journal, July 2, 2018 A1.  Facebook “expands” its answer to the question, “Who else saw our data?”  Apparently, a lot more people than Facebook said originally.  A bunch of special deals and exemptions from Facebook’s “policy.”

So, apparently Facebook does not have a personal relationship with the truth, but they sure have your information.

One expects further revelations in the months ahead.

Takeaways:

  • Lying is not an effective communications strategy
  • When you’re being investigated, either tell the truth or say “I don’t know.”
  • The only person who can grant an exception to a policy is the person who issued the policy (or their superior)
  • Strictly enforce your company policies, or they won’t help much
  • Treat my data with as much care as you treat your data
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