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 Jan 27, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* Former MS employee pleads guilty

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No, it's not what you think - a former MS employee has pled guilty to ordering items through MS's internal system and then selling them for profit.

Finn Contini, 36, admitted to ordering software through Microsoft's internal systems under the pretense it was for internal use and using the money to buy real estate, cars and jewelry, the U.S. Attorney's office said.

After similar incidents involving employees selling Microsoft's high-end software for personal gain, the company cracked down on criminal theft in late 2003.
That must have been a LOT of software, to buy all those things.
 

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