A New Phase in Office Politics: Spying

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In what may be the ultimate case of office politics gone awry, Hewlett Packard's chairwoman lost her job amid a scandal over leaks, investigations and outright spying on board members within the company. The case also involved spying on members of the media.


Richard Waters, West Coast editor for the Financial Times

Kevin Mitnick, information security specialist, and author of The Art of Deception; former hacker and private investigator

Anne Fisher, senior writer at Fortune, and "Ask Annie" columnist at



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