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HP Pays for Spying Debacle

HP will pony up over $14 million to settle charges that it spied on reporters, employees and directors. The cash is all going to the state of California, which -- after Gray Davis -- could use the dough.

My guess is that the victims will start lining up soon, and will be asking for real money!

Posted by Doug Barney on December 12, 2006


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