HP Executives Testify Before Congress About Spying
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NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
SCOTT HORSLEY: While some of HP's tactics may have been illegal, DeGette says, others were merely sleazy.
DIANA DEGETTE: It really is the stuff of made-for-TV movies: having board members followed, having their country homes under surveillance, trying to lure reporters into divulging sources and so on. It really seems to be over the top.
HORSLEY: Scott Horsley, NPR News.
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