Stephen Arnold: Fruit of Tainted Tree: An Interesting Metaphor and a Challenge for Data Removal Methods

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I am not legal eagle.  In fact, legal eagles frighten me.  I clutch my billfold, grab my sweater, and trundle away as fast as my 77 year old legs permit. I do read legal info which seems interesting. “FTC Says That One Cannot Retain the Fruit of the Tainted Tree.” That’s a flashy metaphor for lawyers, but the “tainted” thing is intriguing. If an apple is stolen and that apple is poisoned, what happens if someone makes apple sauce, serves it to the PTA, and a pride of parents die? Tainted, right?

The write up explains:

the FTC has found that the work product of ill-gotten data is no longer retainable by the developer.

See full article HERE

 

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