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E-mail monitoring performed by live humans!?

According to research firm Forrester Consulting, 44 percent of large corporations in the United States now pay someone to monitor and snoop on what's in the company's outgoing mail, with 48 percent regularly auditing e-mail content.
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According to research firm Forrester Consulting, 44 percent of large corporations in the United States now pay someone to monitor and snoop on what's in the company's outgoing mail, with 48 percent regularly auditing e-mail content. While it's not a surprise that enterprises are monitoring e-mail, applying human effort

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