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Youth Malaysia failed Privacy Policy Lessons

16 Jan 2008 | Malaysia, Personal, The Blogsphere |  12 comments
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Youth Malaysia failed Privacy Policy Lessons
Overview
Title says it all, Youth Malaysia failed Privacy Policy Lessons, period. Apparently, there are no Privacy Policy whatsoever at all. No such thing existed in the site. Malaysia Boleh!

Interested? Read on to find out why Youth Malaysia failed Privacy Policy Lessons.

First Breach

Youth Malaysia failed Privacy Policy Lessons The list is far more longer that that, extends down to more than two (2) pages based on a 1024×768 desktop resolution. Please note that this is the first email that Youth Malaysia sent.
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There was a second email and folks began to reply all on the second email. Self-Promo-Happy-Blog-Mofos began to advertise their sites through by replying to all email addresses in the list.J Idol Rina Akiyama

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A plethora of SPAMessages
Youth Malaysia failed Privacy Policy Lessons
And so the wave of SPAMessages began to pour in. Not exactly a tsunami, but irritating, annoying nonetheless.

Deimos’s Thoughts
I find it quite amazing that this kind of situation would happen, just shows how “Boleh!” our Malaysia is, aye? Just brilliant! Incredible! W00t!

Deimos Asks
What do you think? Do you agree that Youth Malaysia failed Privacy Policy Lessons?


12 Comments

  1. 16th January 2008 
    7:56 pm         

    MerDuriaN
    said the following:

    ??? how come don’t have 1? suppose such events should have some privacy policy what

  2. 16th January 2008 
    8:07 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @MerDuriaN:
    I think they forgot to put one up. πŸ’‘
    Either that, or they purposely did not have a privacy policy. ➑
    So they can violate our privacy! πŸ˜†

  3. 16th January 2008 
    10:18 pm         

    BaseGuardian
    said the following:

    Yeah, my email burst out with spam 😑 😑 😑 . What make me more angry
    is that, peoples are reacting to the spammers and make conditions worst. They may be don’t want to spam peoples, but ended up spaming peoples accidentally 😑

  4. 16th January 2008 
    10:31 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @BaseGuardian:
    Ah, I just ignore them. πŸ˜›

  5. 17th January 2008 
    8:42 am         

    EzRich
    said the following:

    They are still youth mah. Masih mentah.

    Best you email them this post link and give them a wakeup call.

  6. 17th January 2008 
    9:09 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @EzRich:
    Aye, there be a number of local blogs writing about this story as of now. πŸ’‘
    Maybe can compile a list then send to them. πŸ˜†

  7. 17th January 2008 
    9:37 am         

    Danny Foo
    said the following:

    If they did have a privacy policy, will you sue them?

    I’m guessing, no. Anyway, after the notification was sent out by Hong Kiat another another recipient advised other recipients could ‘mute’ the email if using Gmail.

    However, it occurred to me not everyone were on Gmail. And what’s worst is some of them are using normal email addresses only. Sure-la, they’ll think spam if overloaded with 30+ messages suddenly. LOL!

    The conversation seemed to have died down. Probably after let out their frustration, they’re ignoring the issue now. Typical, as usual. πŸ˜›

  8. 17th January 2008 
    10:22 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @Danny Foo:
    Hello there, Danny! :mrgreen:

    If they did have a privacy policy, will you sue them?

    I am a stingy mofo, so no. πŸ˜†
    Yeah, I saw the tip to ‘mute’ the conversation too. πŸ™„
    Though I did not use it, just ignored that thread. πŸ˜›

    overloaded with 30+ messages suddenly.

    Poor non-gmail users! 😯
    More reason to use gmail! 😳

    they’re ignoring the issue now

    You mean the bloggers? 😈
    I have yet to see any official apology anywhere though. ➑
    However, in Hong Kiat’s post there was an apology thingie. πŸ’‘

  9. 17th January 2008 
    3:11 pm         

    TOLANIC@POYOZER
    said the following:

    this is sux man..serious disappointed with the tons of spams

  10. 17th January 2008 
    3:40 pm         

    bluecrystaldude
    said the following:

    Ok, I haven’t check my inbox in 2 days and the spamming tsunami had land on mine. How do we know the privacy policy is abides? 😑

  11. 17th January 2008 
    3:58 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @bluecrystaldude:
    Ouch! You are not using gmail aye? ❓
    What do you meant by “privacy policy is abides?” πŸ˜•

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