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    Nokia wants to monitor their employees e-mail traffic. If the bill does not go through the mobile giant is threatening to leave Finland, reports the newspaper Helsingin Sanomat.
    Since the earlier it is known that Nokia wants to have the right to review employee e-mails. Its purpose is to ensure that no trade secrets leaking out from the company.

    Now, the mobile giant threatens to leave the country unless the law is adopted. If the threat is executed in practice it would mean that Finland will loose 16 000 jobs and 1.3 billion in tax revenue. The bill, which also is known as Lex Nokia, has been criticized by experts who believe that it is contrary to the Constitution.

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    This is absolutely crazy and insane. If they want to avoid leaks they have to better structure their PR teams and keep their employees happy or whatever it takes for them not reveal secrets. Im wondering if they will monitor Gmail over HTTPS or MMS or whatever. Again, this is INSANE

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    yeah, i didnt expect this from Nokia
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    It's nothin new that Nokia acts strange sometimes. Got founding from the german government and left the countr soon afterwards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahrertuer
    It's nothin new that Nokia acts strange sometimes. Got founding from the german government and left the countr soon afterwards...
    lol its all about the cash
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    This is only a rumour and u should have told it as a rumour. Lex Nokia was issued back at 2005 and possible threatening was taken place back then. Besides Nokia is denying the threatening at the moment. I'm guy from Finland and it is very weird that so many people kind of hate Nokia here, it's insane.

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    Default Re: Nokia threatens to leave Finland?

    I'll tell you one thing, that won't be happened. Trust me, my one friend works as very respected spot in Nokia here Finland and he knows every fuckin news from Nokia. :P

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    Default Re: Nokia threatens to leave Finland?

    it is not true, they at least officially have no intention of leaving, but hey even papers have to make money right !!!>?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radical24
    it is not true, they at least officially have no intention of leaving, but hey even papers have to make money right !!!>?
    this news been all around sweden the past few days, and on the net, so it got to be true
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    Default Re: Nokia threatens to leave Finland?

    A company should have the right to monitor e-mails sent on a company owned network by its employees as well as monitor use of company assets, such as computers.

    IMHO, the smartphone has added a whole new level of complexity to privacy because it is also a small computer with a high degree of functionality. How a company phone is used and what type of communications occur over a company owned network could also be in scope.


 
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