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According to an FBI affidavit accompanying the complaint, the accusations stem from an ongoing investigation into current and former Microsoft employees selling high-end applications acquired illegally through the software giant's Internal Product Ordering (IPO) system.
Feussner, director of retrieval technology, was in charge of the search engines at Microsoft.com that are used by tens of millions of people per month, according to a biography he provided to the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club, which he joined this year. A Microsoft spokeswoman said Feussner was fired yesterday but declined to discuss specifics of the case or his employment history.
And for a search engine guy, I wonder why his website was in Frames? It was the ugliest site I have seen since ‘96.
The FBI can't keep their house in order? (Search for Robert Hanssen)
CIA? (Search for Larry Wun Tai Chin, Aldrich Ames)
American Army? (Search for Christopher Boyce)
US Navy? (Search for John Walker, Jerry Whitworth)
If there is a responsible position in a job, there will always be people who take advantag of it.
He used the proceeds to purchase luxury items such as expensive watches and jewelry, a Harley Davidson motorcycle, a Hummer automobile, a Mercedes 500 SEL automobile, a Ferrari 355 TB Coupe automobile, a Jaguar Vandenplas automobile, and a 51 foot yacht.
Crime doesn't pay...