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You may think that you are an expert on corporate malfeasance, or that you are at least intelligent enough to avoid the worst offenders in the market. I think it's fairly likely that you're wrong. If you want to see just how much you know about the bad side of the biggest companies out there, take this little quiz.
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Who's the Most Evil?
- Kaplan, David. Suspicions and Spies n Silicon Valley. Newsweek (Via The Daily Beast)
- China: Internet Companies Aid Censorship, Human Rights Watch
- Bertolucci, Jeff. Google's Wi-Fi Spying: What Were They Thinking, PC World.
- McCullagh, Declan. Microsoft Collects Locations of Windows Phone Users, Cnet.
- Friedman, Milton. The Business Community's Suicidal Impulse. Cato Policy Report, March/April 1999. Available Online Here.
- Bill Gate's TED Talk, http://www.ted.com/talks/bill_gates_unplugged.html - 5 Minute Mark
- iPhone Leak Interrogations Drive Foxconn Employee to Suicide, Gizmondo
- Dean, Jason and Tsai, Ting-i. Suicides Spark Inquiries. Wall Street Journal.
- Wauters, Robin. Google Buzz Privacy Issues Have Real Life Implications, Tech Crunch.
- Masnick, Mike. Man Claims Apple Investigators Pretended To Be SF Police In Searching For Lost iPhone Prototype, Techdirt.
- Weintraub, Seth. Apple Sneaks MobileMe into Vista, Computer World.