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A New Phase in Office Politics: Spying

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A New Phase in Office Politics: Spying

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A New Phase in Office Politics: Spying

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.

Guests:

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 CNNMoney.com

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