Monday, May 09, 2011

Skyhook Wireless v. Google Case Yields E-Mail Insight - NYTimes.com

Check the article link for more context-setting

The e-mail from the court case does suggest that Google, as the company says of itself, is a relentless learning organization. At least one lesson learned apparently comes from Microsoft’s lengthy legal battles of years back, when unrestrained comments in employee e-mail often proved so troublesome for the software giant.

The final entry in one much-redacted e-mail thread came in reply to a colleague’s pledge to get back with some detail about Skyhook.

“PLEASE DO NOT! Thread-kill and talk to me off-line with any questions,” Patrick Brady, a partner manager at Google, wrote on June 25, 2010.

Skyhook Wireless v. Google Case Yields E-Mail Insight - NYTimes.com

Post a Comment