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Reduce the interactions between them and you are in a heaven.
If you have a clear knowledge of their intentions then just start working on making the product, take all the decisions by yourself, release the product and then only let them know. They can't ask for lesser time if they don't clarify the requirements clearly
If they likey they give more money. If they no likey, you will have another fully salaried month of developing a different variation.
I wonder why the shittiest laziest people ends up with the biggest sack of money. i too had a client who wanted me to make the product just by the vague-est of the requirements
Lensflare202014dYeah. Sounds like an opportunity to do what you want without time pressure and being paid well.
NEMESISprj38714dAside from the somewhat ethical dilemma of what you're asked to write, it sounds quite good to have a wealthy client: seems like they'll just keep throwing money at you as long as they're happy.
But yeah, always fun those people on their towers
homo-lorens618114dAs an expert it's your role and yours alone in society to ensure that you don't harm users, no matter how much money you miss out on because of it. In a better world there would be developer groups and unions that expel members for privacy breaches, but in abscence of these we're left with our morals to motivate us.
homo-lorens618114d@NEMESISprj Even if there were, such an organization could only consist of experts, be formed by experts, funded and sustained by experts and enacting its regulations on experts in the form of certifications or withdrawals thereof. No successful standards organization can rely on the support of governments and companies for its mere existence, only for projects that said governments and companies are incentivised to sustain.
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