Why "shocked" e-mails could be a big mistake

06/15/2010 | NPR.org

Your words can come back to haunt you -- just ask Lehman Bros. Lawyers looking for wrongdoing at the banking giant have set up filters to search through old e-mails, and some of the search terms they use may be things you've typed yourself, including "stupid," "shocked," "big mistake" and "highly sensitive."

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