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Social engineering - Coming to an IT ship near you?

Have you noticed recently the earnest discussions about a seemingly inalienable right to blog on company time and company topics? OK, maybe that overstates the argument a little bit, but the case in which Apple fired a couple of employees for their blogging activities on what Apple considered competitive secrets is only one of several that have generated furrowed bro......

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This kind of technology impact is usually incidental to the main objectives for a new system. You give the nation-wide sales force access to the Web so they can use that cool new Web-based order entry and tr......

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'"/> By Byron Glick 10/19/05

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