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A print-out of their Skype exchanges over one two-week period is over 100 pages long.Since Snyder was in HR and Gould, a producer for the company, was planning a move to Hawaii to begin working remotely for the company, some of the chatting involved administrative details about health insurance and Gould's hourly billing.Meet the ‘Queen of Sextortion’ and see her village northeast of Manila, where scammers trick men in Hong Kong and elsewhere into performing sex acts in online chats and threaten to post footage on Facebook unless payment is made A Western Union office near Maria Caparas’ home.In 2013 alone, according to the Philippines police, HK million was remitted by Hong Kong victims to Western Union offices used by her gang.In 2013, a Scottish teenager made headlines when he jumped from a bridge, taking his own life, after he reportedly was extorted by a group operating out of the Philippines.Sources told local media at the time that cops believed that Daniel Perry, 17, killed himself because he was worried the blackmailers were going to show his family a sexual encounter he had with a girl on Skype.
That would usually be the end of that story, but Gould and Snyder decided to sue the company alleging invasion of privacy and violation of electronic communication laws (as well as unpaid overtime and unfair termination), adding another addition to the growing pile of cases filed against employers for close digital monitoring of their employees' activities.
Skype is often touted as a private, encrypted method of communication.
Gould and Snyder apparently didn't realize that Skype saves transcripts of instant messages, not in the cloud, but in an easily accessed file on the computer a Skyper is using.
Still, they did score some parting shots at their former employer.
The Skype chats that are now part of the public record (thanks to Fantasy Interactive entering them in its own defense) aren't just embarrassing for Gould and Snyder.
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