|Twitter conversation between @Prodigital4n6 and @mcuban from December, 2014|
Note: While much of the forensic work in this article was conducted by Heather Mahalik, please note, she is not an author of this blog. Her forensic work on Cyber Dust was cited to reinforce the statements made in this article.
Yes, this is an update to an update...
Shortly after posting this article and tweeting the link to Mr. Cuban, I received this email from an address reportedly belonging to Mark Cuban:
At this time, no reply has been sent. It is interesting that the "f word" was cited in the email. In the attempt to give more benefit of the doubt to Cuban and the developers of Cyber Dust, I edited the phrase "...almost fraudulent" to "arguably almost fraudulent".
When writing these articles, I make every effort to be transparent and objective within the subject matter (yes, I edited Mr. Cuban's email address for his privacy), but as a trained investigator, forensic examiner and former law enforcement officer, it's been ingrained in me, and those in the field, to seek facts and point them out, no matter who likes them or how popular they may be.
As far as good business, I won't argue with a billionaire about what is or is not good business. I'll only state that in every contact with every client, we are as honest, truthful, forthright and pragmatic as possible, even if it means doing so doesn't earn their business. Maybe that will end up being a bad business model, but it's worked pretty good so far and I will continue to push forward the Pro Digital model of business integrity as long as I own the company. If you're interested in our Mission Statement, you may read it at: http://www.prodigital4n6.com/about.html
Thanks for your continued readership.
Verital et. Aequitas