HP Hearing

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HP Hearing

Former HP Chairwoman Patricia Dunn and HP outside counsel Larry Sonsini prepare to testify before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the House of Representatives Committee on Energey and Commerce. Photo: eWEEK / Wayne Rash

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HP Hearing - Patricia Dunn Testifies

Former HP Chairwoman Patricia Dunn answers questions before a clearly skeptical panel at the Sept. 28 hearing of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce in Washington. Photo: eWEEK / Wayn

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HP Hearing - Last Minute Preparation

Former HP Chairwoman Patricia Dunn confers with her attorney prior to the start of Thursdays Congressional Subcommittee hearings on HPs pretexting scandal. Photo: eWEEK / Wayne Rash

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HP Hearing - Meet the Press

Former HP Chairwoman Patricia Dunn and other HP witnesses confront the Washington press corps at the beginning of Thursdays hearings on the HP pretexting scandal. Photo: eWEEK / Wayne Rash

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HP Hearing - Planning the Next Question

Subcommittee Chairman Ed Whitfield (R-Ky) confers with the Majority Counsel for the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Tom Feddo, while preparing a question for Patricia Dunn. Photo: eWEEK / Wayne Rash

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HP Hearing - Ready to Plead

Former HP General Counsel Ann Baskins, under whose auspices the pretexting scandal took place, waits for her turn to plead the Fifth. Seated next to her is former HP Ethics Chief Kevin Hunsaker, who also asserted his Fifth Amendment rights. Baskins announ

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HP Hearing - Governance Advocate Ready

Subcommittee Ranking Member Diana DeGette gets ready to start her first round of questions for Patricia Dunn. DeGette was a driving force in the anti-pretexting legislation passed unanimously by the Subcommittee and by the House Energy and Commerce Commit

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HP Hearing - I Told You So

Fred Adler, a manager for HPs IT Security Investigations, was one of the HP security team members who tried repeatedly to kill the pretexting effort, saying that it was illegal and contrary to HPs ethics policy. He was ignored at the time.

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HP Hearing - Hurd Sworn In

HP CEO Mark Hurd is sworn in before beginning his testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. Photo: eWEEK / Wayne Rash

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