Beware Trolls

Well done James. In your haste to prove to the world that you received a good review in January, you failed to redact a message sent to you by email, and released a client’s email address to the world. Don’t worry, I fixed it for you!

Edit: he seems to have fixed it now. Glad I could be of service. Hasn’t really redacted much of it, any decent hacker could probably work out what the email address was as he’s still, quite helpfully, left the rest of the address with the email client intact. slow claps

Perhaps, if was thinking of anyone but himself, this wouldn’t have happened?



Author: Tracy

Streaky bacon for the soul. Comforting, sometimes salty. Arty. Obtuse. Taker of photographs. Contradictory.

2 thoughts on “Beware Trolls”

  1. Haha! Only a Narc would seek compliments (sorry, testimonials) without any regard to the consent, or privacy of the client concerned. I highly doubt, any true professional in this field, with the necessary qualifications/ credentials, would ever seek feedback to promote themselves, while publically disclosing the identity of the individual they were entrusted (& specifically paid in the case of BSLtd) to protect.

    I do believe this is a breach of data privacy…not sure of the correct terminology. Something for the ICO?

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