Lisa Kudrow emphasized a point that’s now been publicly made ad nauseum, explaining that executives should be well aware that privacy is a myth. While that point is certainly worth mentioning, it misses a larger mark. The issue isn’t the private content, it’s that the content exists at all. I’d like to think that movie executives making millions per year are held to a higher standard both privately and publicly, and that higher standard includes minimal profanity, no racism, and an equitable distribution of company wealth. Amy Pascal runs a huge corporate monster, and she’s responsible for many jobs. Forgive me if I’d like to believe that she should show some respect, even in a private exchange. Watch Kudrow below.