This Wired article about lovelorn geeks using their computer skills in an attempt to gain women seemed run-of-the-mill fare until the last three paragraphs:
Notified of the security holes Moore and Chisholm exploit, Friendster rep Lisa Kopp insists, "We have a policy that we are not being hacked." When I explain that, policy or no, they are being hacked, she says, "Security isn't a priority for us. We're mostly focused on making the site go faster."
UPDATE: The quote in the article now reads, "Security is a big concern. We haven't seen this problem, though. No complaints about it." Were it not for the Google cache and the other person who blogged about this, I would wonder if I had imagined it all. Since the article appears in the magazine, I assume the current, sane quote is what appears on paper, which raises the question of where the other quote came from.