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[I]f you sign in to Skype on a different computer, instant messages you have sent or received on one computer in the last 30 days are copied to the other, enabling you to automatically synchronise your chat history." Convenient!
But potentially bad for privacy if it carries conversations you have on your phone or home computer over to your work device, where it may be fair game for your employer to read. "Accessing the Skype file did not involve hacking," said Drouin in a phone call.
The two instant messaged each other frequently throughout their work days.
"There's no expectation of privacy on work computers," said Aimee Drouin, Fantasy Interactive's lawyer, who the company put me in touch with when I asked for comment about the case.However, we cannot monitor the entire Services and make no attempt to do so. Well, hallelujah and good luck to you on that, Microsoft.Very young voices pipe up with very rude injunctions on the gaming platform’s chat features.The Onion might describe many of the exchanges as "validating the living sh** out of each other." Their chats also included venting about their workplace -- "I hate this place," wrote Snyder repeatedly -- plans to apply to other jobs with Snyder asking Gould if she would look over her resume, and many complaints about their boss, CEO David Martin, who they referred to as "a skeez," a "pathological liar," "a f***ing dick," and "evil." The chats were read by Martin, after he instructed an IT person to access the Skype file on Snyder's computer and print the content of their messages after Snyder made "troublesome statements" in the office.He then confronted Snyder, according to a legal complaint, telling her, "I spent three hours reading all your conversations and I know all about you and all of your boyfriends." Shortly thereafter, in November 2010, Snyder was fired and Gould resigned, according to Fantasy Interactive.