re: PR, marketing, hype,
PR, marketing, hype
Absolutely... marketing shite... the latest buzz word for the unwashed masses.
28 posts • joined 15 Apr 2016
A mate of mine kept the scammers going for half an hour. At the end of the process he told the scammer that a message had popped up on the screen. He asked the scammer if he had a pen and paper to write down the message.
He then spelled out the alleged message, “c u n t”.
“Now what does that spell?” he asked, “because that is what you are if you think that I am dumb enough to fall for your scam.”
> Might not look scripted, but they've prearranged the interviews and for how long in advance.
Actually you are partially right and wrong. I have worked in outside broadcast at F1. Only certain interviews are lined up. A lot is flown by the seat of the pants.
I am curious if the court would have given the same ruling if the company had informed its staff that keylogging software had been installed.
But then I suppose the situation wouldn't have arisen because the employee wouldn't have broken the rules he had known that he was being keylogged.
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