HP GAGS UK MAN IN SPYING ROW

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HP GAGS UK MAN IN SPYING ROW

 user 2007-01-30 at 10:13:00 am Views: 44
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    HP gags bloke in spying row
    Don’t mention Dell
    January
    2007, A BLOKE who claimed that HP gave him lots of cash to arrange a
    spying operating against Dell has had a restraining order placed on
    him.Karl Kamb is being sued by HP for running a rival television
    company while working for the maker of printer ink. Kamb counter-sued
    claiming that he had been fired illegally by HP. However, in Kamb’s
    claim it was revealed that he was behind am HP scheme to get commercial
    secrets from its rival Dell.According to Cnet, when details of Kamb’s
    counter suit were made public, HP applied for a restraining order
    against the former executive.Michael Schneider, the US District Court
    judge presiding over the case, said that Kamb is free to again file his
    counter-suit but must not talk about it.The judge was particularly
    miffed that copies of e-mails between Kamb, other HP employees and the
    former Dell Japan president who Kamb claims was hired in 2002 to inform
    HP about Dell’s printer plans were included in the counter-suit.Even
    though it was eight years before Dell actually released its own
    printer, the outfit was understandably furious.HP denied all this and
    says it is all a cunning plan by Kamb to divert attention from its law
    suit against him.