The Ethical Implications of Piggy Backing
00:00 - 01:32
1m 32s
After Hooli Con, Hooli phones started to explode whether because of Pied Piper's code or Keenan's Vr code that was to function on a $10,000 system they don't know. Jared feels that they should tell someone that their code is hidden on Hooli phones but Richard doesn't feel like they should. As a result Jared resigns from the company.
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