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 October 22, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Surveillance, Workplace

Richard Verrier reports:

As a 20-year member of the Writers Guild of America, Jonathan Prince was startled to learn that his union was accusing him of being a scab during the writers strike.

But he was even more stunned when he learned that the guild had been relying on a secret informant, code-named Clyde, who he and his attorney said had gained unauthorized access to his private e-mails.

Read more in The L. A. Times.

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