Incroyable, mais vrai. Microsoft Corporation (NasdaqGS: MSFT) owned server platform's at Docs.com's search functionality exposes Personal Identifiable Information of hundreds - perhaps, thousands - of users... Does Microsoft Corporation believe that dropping search functionality will relieve the Corporation of risk?
Why weren't prudent safegaurds put in place to protect the Corporation's users (and the Corporation as well)? At the very least, a check for PII to assist in mitigating the exposure (risk-wise) to the Corporation? Do they check for malware or evil embedded macros in these documents? Who forgot to check for PII? Was the Corporation's well-seasoned Legal Department part of the sign off process to this debacle?