EMAIL PRIVACY I just learned – by accident – that my supervisor and her supervisor have figured out a way to break into the email accounts of everyone at the division of the large company I work for. That means they have access to pretty much everything that goes on. I don’t know if they are looking into other email, but I know they can. I’m afraid that if I tell anyone I will be fired. (If I go three levels up in the organization, and talk to people who don’t even know me, how can I ensure that my supervisor won’t find some reason to fire me?) Ethically, is what they are doing right? What is the right thing to do in this situation?
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