netbuzz writes "A Cisco vice president, who happens to have been a CIA operations officer in the 1980s, believes that the employee who recently leaked an internal company memo to a blogger committed corporate treason and violated a “family” trust. In an email sent to Cisco employees, the executive invites the anonymous leaker to come clean, concedes that’s unlikely, and adds, “so I will now make (finding) you my hobby. Ask around (and) you will find out that I like to work on my hobbies.” That email got leaked and published as well. The tempest was sparked by a series of stories in Network World examining a host of bidding and contract questions involving the California higher education system" Link to Original Source
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