HP chairwoman Patricia Dunn as well as the company's former lawyer and three private investigators were charged with four felony counts today by California's attorney general Bill Lockyear.
Dunn (picture) has always maintained that she had nothing to do with the actual spying, but Lockyear obviously sees things differently. He claims that Dunn crossed the line when she provided investigators with the home and cell phone numbers of HP's board members in June 2005. He also alleges that Dunn was aware of the illegal pre-texting techniques used in the investigation.
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