Thursday, July 19, 2007

Fake Steve Jobs lashes out against 'invasions of privacy' | Tech news blog - CNET News.com

Reality check: FSJ is often fun and insightful (and cruel, and occasionally lewd...), but the game can't continue indefinitely; he/she/they can't expect to sensationally but anonymously taunt industry leaders without being investigated.  

The writer of The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs appeared to break character Wednesday in decrying "invasions of privacy" that have the anonymous author rattled.

Fake Steve Jobs, as he or she has come to be known, posted a two-paragraph rant saying he has been consulting with lawyers and computer security experts after discovering activity "that may or may not have crossed over the line of legality but definitely fall outside the boundaries of what most decent civilized human beings consider to be appropriate behavior."

I'm still betting Kara Swisher is somewhere in the FSJ picture.

Fake Steve Jobs lashes out against 'invasions of privacy' | Tech news blog - CNET News.com

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