FDAs Spying on Scientists

The FDA’s digital snooping on a handful of scientists—purportedly over concern about the improper disclosure of confidential business information—should act as a warning to every person who uses the office computer for personal emailing, Facebooking and the occasional surf.

Using SpectorSoft, (which promises corporate customers it will track employees and “what web sites they are visiting, who they are instant messaging with, who they are emailing, what they are typing, when they are working and when they are playing”) the FDA hoovered 80,000 pages worth of material.

So you think your boss doesn’t know about your house-porn addiction on realtor.com? Think again.


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