Articles from Digitopoly
Apparently not, according to Tom Bartman, an associate with Clay Christensen’s research group at Harvard Business School.
If a firm goes bankrupt, do the creditors get to auction off their email list? How about names and addresses of those in a loyalty program?
Welcome to the modern privacy economic dilemma. Creditors want as much money as they can get out of assets that will pay only a fraction on the dollar owed. Does society have a right to stop them from more?