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Senior Editor

From the everything is fair game in marketing dept.

Jan 31, 20061 min
Data Center

InBoxer, a company that claims to reduce a company’s e-mail exposure risk by filtering incoming and outgoing e-mails, is running a contest at where particpants can win prizes for identifying the most outrageous e-mails found during the Enron dabacle. Does this mean if Enron used InBoxer (which didn’t exist at the time) to prevent damning messages from reaching the outside, the company could still be defrauding investors? Ken Lay must be kicking himself.