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HP 'spied on journalists'

Hewlett-Packard’s leak investigation began earlier than previously thought and involved spying on journalists from four publications. Silicon Valley Watcher has a good synopsis of the latest article in the New York Times.

It seems reporters from the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, CNET and Business Week were all spied on by private detectives working for the company. With every day the story (my previous post was on Saturday) increasingly resembles a Hollywood movie.

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  1. Hewlett Review Is Said to Detail Deeper Spying says

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Times tonight does move the story forward. … Permalink Rapid Fire 09/18/06 defensetech.org Found 9 days ago * Worst of the worst? US has 14,000 detainees * FedEx fights missiles * HP spying : even creepier * CBP vs. ” those motherf***ing snakes ” * But what about the motherf***ing snakebots ? * Don’t fear the Predator B * Bicycle bomber hits Afghanistan * Syria airbrushes terror scene * More shenanigans in tanker deal * Stealth bombers over Manhattan * Robo-refuel * Video: … Permalink The HP Saga: Investigation “Notable for a Lack of Close Supervision” robhyndman.com Found 9 days ago Much more from the NYT’s team on the HP saga . Overview: A secret investigation of news leaks at Hewlett-Packard was more elaborate than previously reported, and almost from the start involved the illicit gathering of private phone records and direct surveillance of board members and journalists, according to people briefed on the company’s review of the operation. … Permalink HP spying was elaborate polizeros.com Found 8 days ago The NY Times has the details . Attempted bugging of a journalist’s computer, gathering of phone records and spying on their own board members – all with “some degree of supervision” from the CEO and general counsel, and happening earlier and more extensively than previously thought. … Permalink The Beginnings Of A Workable Dialog? msl1.mit.edu Found 9 days ago Or just one more bump on the way to total information awareness? Hewlett Review Is Said to Detail Deeper Spying The revelations at Hewlett-Packard, the computer and printer maker that helped define Silicon Valley, have provided a rare glimpse of boardroom turmoil – resulting in Ms. … Permalink HP spying more elaborate than first thought penpressclub.org Found 9 days ago The New York Times says that private detectives working for Hewlett Packard, in its attempt to track down news leaks, followed CNET reporter Dawn Kawamoto and tried to plant software on a CNET reporter’s computer that would communicate back to detectives. … Permalink H-P scandal worsens stevegilliard.blogspot.com Found 9 days ago Watchin the detective Hewlett Spying More Elaborate Than Reported By DAMON DARLIN Published: September 18, 2006 A secret investigation of news leaks at Hewlett-Packard was more elaborate than previously reported, and almost from the start involved the illicit gathering of private phone records and direct surveillance of board members and journalists, according to people briefed on the company’s review of the operation. … Permalink Bic Ad curmudgeonlyskeptical.blogspot.com Found 8 days ago Permalink What a tangled web notbillable.blogspot.com Found 9 days ago I can’t decide if this is unintended comedy or pure, balls-out brio but in a story about Hewlett-Packard’s illegal attempts to quash leakers , the NYTimes gives us this: “Those speaking about the company’s review would do so only if they were not identified. … Permalink HP spying ‘elaborate’ bobmorris.wordpress.com Found 8 days ago The NY Times details , using info clearly leaked by someone close to the story, that the HP spying began earlier and was more elaborate than previously thought – and that the supervision was from the top. … Permalink Spying at HP was more elaborate than thought accelzone.com Found 9 days ago As HP executives and customers gather for a confab in Houston starting today, the New York Times has a little welcoming gift for them – more details about the company’s spying scandal. 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  2. Thomas says

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  3. Jacob At Asiali says

    Business lead – Lead Business Analyst (NASD) Lead Business Analyst (NASD) Location: Rockville, MD / Major Purpose of Job: Directly manage RAD projects, which can often be large and complex, of a… HP spied on journalists Hewlett-Packards leak investigation began earlier than previously thought and involved spying on journalists from four publications. Silicon Valley… from. LGERI . (Great Workplace) … Permanent Link to Lippis Report Issue 67: Extracting Human