A family affair

“How the National Enquirer Got Bezos’ Texts: It Paid $200,000 to His Lover’s Brother,” The Wall Street Journal, March 19, 2019.  What’s news worth?

What does it say when your own brother sells you out for a mere $200K?

Do you have controls that prevent family members from disclosing “your” information?  Do you have any texts worth that much?  Apparently it was worth that much to a competitor of Mr. Bezos’ paper.  Or to its advertisers.

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Filed under Theme One: Information, Theme Two: Governance

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