In his current job, FBI Director Christopher Wray wants law enforcement to have access to encrypted messages. But as a lawyer representing Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging service, Wray argued the opposing point of view, the Wall Street Journal reported. Facebook revealed in court papers that Wray represented WhatsApp in a case involving encrypted messaging during his tenure as a private lawyer. ...
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Every startup leadership team wrestles with the trade-offs between growth and profitability. This is fitting and ever shall be. What teams don’t reflect on sufficiently is how a flawed compensation philosophy can make those trade-offs far more painful than they could be. As a former entrepreneur, I know that every venture relies on the exceptional efforts of supermotivated professionals,...
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