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Licensed to snoop
4 October 2000

'Picture the scene: suddenly you get a boss who has got it in for you but can't fault you for any of your work. So he starts looking at all the back emails you have made, and all the websites you've visited, copies of which are on the back-up server even though you have deleted them.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:35 PM Wed 4 Oct 2000 Categories: Human Rights , The Guardian