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 user 2003-09-03 at 10:46:00 am Views: 147
  • #3938
    Big Brother: It’s not government, but corporate America, doing the spying
    George Orwell had it wrong.

    It’s corporate America, not government, that is emerging as the clearest embodiment of Big Brother — the all-seeing, all-knowing entity in Orwell’s novel “1984.”

    With technology already available or on its way, corporations can block your e-mail from particular senders, stop you from printing documents deemed too sensitive and record instant-messaging conversations among workers.

    “People worry a lot about the FBI spying on them,” said Lewis Maltby, president of National Workrights Institute. “But your chances of being spied on by the FBI are one in a million. Your chances of being spied on by your boss are better than 50-50.”

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