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Dude, where's my vulnerability?
Authored by: yellow on Jun 10, '04 02:37:35PM

You wrote:
"But - the normal user should still have the right to privacy of their information. They may be a far more important person then the person who has administrator access."

In most multi-user environments, especially those at a company, the end user has NO privacy of information. The computer, and therefore all material on the computer, is owned by the company. If you need to hide what you are doing/what you have on your work computer, then you shouldn't be doing it at work.

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