Monday, February 2, 2009

Espionage employee slams "shameful" Microsoft

A former Microsoft employee accused of stealing company information has lashed out at Microsoft's lawsuit against him calling it "desperate and shameful".

Miki Mullor was employed by Microsoft for three years, but was fired and sued by the company for allegedly downloading documents related to a technology that locks copies of Windows to specific PCs.

According to Microsoft, Mullor intended to use these documents in a patent infringement suit he was lodging against Dell, HP and Toshiba on behalf of Ancora Technologies; a company which he was apparently still the chief executive of. A fact that Microsoft claims he failed to disclose.


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