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Hewlett-Packard scandal gets wider and weirder

June 17, 2018
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Hewlett-Packard, the world’s largest technology company, isembroiled in a very strange corporate drama. – (The Age — 6 hours ago)
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SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 16 — Hewlett-Packard Co. officials said Saturday that the company improperly accessed phone records of a corporate spokesman during its investigation into leaks to the media. (Washington Post — 18 September, 2006)
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Michael Moeller, who has spoken out on the company’s behalf, was among those whose records were improperly accessed, CNET News.com has learned. (CNET News.com — 17 September, 2006)
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Hewlett-Packard Co. chief executive Mark V. Hurd approved an elaborate “sting” operation on a reporter in February in an attempt to plug leaks to the media, according to an e-mail message sent by HP Chairman Patricia C. Dunn. (Washington Post — 22 minutes ago)
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The personal phone records of two News.com reporters were targeted prior to the publishing of story that detailed boardroom planning. (CNET News.com — 20 September, 2006)
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Hewlett-Packard Co. chief executive Mark V. Hurd approved an elaborate “sting” operation on a reporter in February in an attempt to plug leaks to the media, according to an e-mail message sent by HP Chairman Patricia C. Dunn. (MSNBC — 3 hours ago)
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When did the company begin targeting reporters’ records? Some accounts of the start date don’t match up. (CNET News.com — 16 hours ago)
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A secret investigation of news leaks at Hewlett-Packard was more elaborate than previously reported, and almost from the start it involved the illicit gathering of private phone records and direct surveillance of board members and journalists. (International Herald Tribune — 19 September, 2006)
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E-mails link Mark Hurd for the first time to the company’s controversial internal investigation of leaks to the news media. (CNET News.com — 30 minutes ago)
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Internal e-mail exchanges underscored that those overseeing the operation into news leaks worried that their efforts could invite legal scrutiny. (New York Times — 8 hours ago)
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