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Is Your Email Safe From Prying Eyes?
Forty-five per cent of the 18,000 office workers polled said they suspect colleagues of taking a sneaky peak at their email when they step away from their desks. Sixty-one per cent levelled the more serious accusation of snooping at their tech team.
Almost one third of all respondents also revealed concerns about the intended recipients of their emails, expressing fears that they may share sensitive information with others, as famously happened with the notorious Claire Swire email.
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