There, But For The Grace Of QA, Goes Your Management Team

All publicity is good publicity? Ask Joel Jewitt of RapLeaf, who told the Wall Street Journal.

“We didn’t do it on purpose,” said Joel Jewitt, vice president of business development for RapLeaf.

The Wall Street Journal uncovered the fact that RapLeaf was storing Facebook IDs with data tracking information. Phantom bit of the header stored, perhaps, or maybe a thoughtless key written into the database.

Regardless, any day when your management team is not quoted in a major national news source pleading ignorance is a day when your management team should be thanking you, QA. Maybe you should let them know it.

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