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Ancestry.com “apologizes”

A spokesman over at Ancestry.com has formulated a PR response for the company’s selling private info for corporate profit. [Read more about it here].

Stripped down to pertinent points, here is how I view his response.

“We hated losing that database, but we did it all for you. We realize we were caught with our hand in the cookie jar, and your yelling about the database made us decide to pull it. Someday, when the world is one, we want to have that database again. Of course, we’ll do it differently. We promise to do better.”

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This entry was posted on September 1, 2007 by in Musings, News.
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