The open network, or an open door to prosecution?

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The last decade has seen organizations of all types and sizes investing huge sums in establishing sophisticated computer networks, aimed at enabling employees to better meet customers’ needs and create a competitive edge.

Over the same period, the increasing openness of corporate networks (with the introduction of web access, email, and now instant messaging) together with the proliferation of home computing, has led many users to become relatively advanced computer operators. While this growth in IT sophisticati...

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