Sneak is, on the whole, a pretty understanding sort. But then an email arrived the other day from the spin doctors that promote SurfControl, with the subject heading, "UK businesses unable to stop confidential data being leaked through e-mail." Sneak does of course agree that private information ought not to leak out via email - information like the 300 email addresses included in the "To" field of this particular missive. Surely, in the light of privacy concerns, the global spam epidemic and data protection legislation, a person's email address ought rightly to be considered confidential data. This instant address book evidently included every scribe in the country who might possibly be interested in SurfControl - or not as the case may be. Sneak can tell, for example, that hacks over at The Grauniad must be really interested in the company, given the generous number of people on the receiving end of the email. Sneak can only hope that the irony was not lost on them. Perhaps Sneak should drop them a note to find out...
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