As this is written, former HP chairwoman Patricia Dunn and other current and former HP employees are testifying before the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations about the company's spying scandal.
Dunn best summarized HP's position when she stated that she was sorry for what has happened, but refused to take personal responsibility.
According to HP, this is a crime without any criminals.
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