newtboy says... Not that I saw, but I didn't watch it all. The glaring issue to me was, when asked 'You found out in 2015 about this data breach, when did you notify your customers?' he answered with 'When we found out, we removed the apps and asked the thieving companies to delete the data, and took their word that they did...which was a mistake.', never addressing the question because they still haven't notified all the customers whose data was taken by this one breach and never would have if it hadn't been discovered by investigators and made public, and make no mistake it's far from the only breach. To me, it's outrageous that he's pretending that keeping your data private is a goal, it's not. They exist by selling your data. Nothing's free, and things that claim to be free usually cost far more than you would voluntarily pay. eric3579 said: Were there stupid questions liked that asked? Those clips i'd love to see. Politicians not having a clue is always pretty funny and sad at the same time.