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"I’m feeling a little burned like [Quora has] crossed my trust line." [email protected]


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Mark Suster writes:

I personally can’t imagine now reading any article on Quora that I am concerned how it would look in public. Even if harmless. They crossed this line once without telling me. I feel I now need “Quora incognito” to feel 100% safe.

My advice to startups – safeguard your users implicit actions religiously and with it you’ll be safeguarding your brand and reputation.

I feel the same way as Mark. Shame on Quora for telling people what other people are reading by default.

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