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Topic - John Frank
Microsoft Corp., which has skewered rival Google Inc. for going through customer emails to deliver ads, acknowledged Thursday it had searched emails in a blogger's Hotmail account to track down who was leaking company secrets.
Microsoft is entangled in a U.S. government investigation into whether the software maker and some of its business partners resorted to bribery to close deals in China, Romania and Italy, according to a report published Tuesday.
Mr. Frank said Microsoft is now going to ask an attorney who used to be a judge to determine whether a court order in this instance — which involved a former worker who was a native of Russia, Alex Kibkalo — would have let the search go forth, AP said.