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Holmes, Aaron

Business Insider tech reporter, Mar 2020 – present.

No IT education. Only a bachelor's in English literature. See The Most Important IT Credential: An IT Education in Principles of IT Incompetence. Holmes also isn't old enough to have done the years of study required to get a good IT education and then the years of IT experience; see IT Hiring: Young Does Not Mean IT Expert.

From IT Reporting: Scraping the Bottom of the Barrel with a Fake Facebook Data Breach:
The top results were all liberal media articles, including Wikipedia, and as explained in Information Technology (IT) Age v. Information Age, all used the same wording from the same original source. With many of these articles I had to go through several of them, each citing another, before I got to the original source. The original source was an article, "533 million Facebook users' phone numbers and personal data have been leaked online", by Aaron Holmes in Business Insider.

Aaron Holmes is the IT incompetent juvenile tech reporter at Business Insider. He only has a bachelor's in English literature (see The Most Important IT Credential: An IT Education in Principles of IT Incompetence). If Holmes wasn't working for the IT incompetent liberal media (see IT Hiring: Trading IT Competence for Political Correctness in Principles of IT Incompetence), the only thing he would be saying to the public is "do you want fries with that".

To further his pathetic career, Aaron Holmes claims to have "broken" the story of data "stolen" from Facebook in a "breach" in early April, but it is based on a report in January of finding the data on the Web available to everyone. It was not a story then, and Facebook continues to dismiss it as a non-story, because it is not a data breach at all. It is just everyday perfectly-legal "scraping". Holmes mentions "scraping" in his article but uses it interchangeably with "data breach". In her article, Carole Cadwalladr explicitly declares "scraping" is the same thing as "data breach" and calls out Facebook for denying this.