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  1. So their whole case is based on the idea that github should have known that the information was on their site because they should have been monitoring every repository and looking for text in the format of social security numbers. There’s also the thing about github promoting hacking, but that’s been a thing in programming for a while. Learning how to hack makes you better at writing software that is harder to hack. I don’t see this going very far but who knows

  2. So should Walmart be sued if a guy parks his van in their parking lot and goes on a shooting, because Walmart aided them in positioning their vehicle which has weapons on it, which they should be aware of because it’s on their parking lot?


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