As New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer well knows, indiscreet e-mails can come back to haunt people. A batch e-mail to individuals seeking jobs as spokespeople in Democrat Spitzer's new administration was inadvertently sent out with the addresses of over 200 applicants not blocked out, officials confirmed Wednesday. Several of the individuals on the list said they were worried the applicants could find themselves in trouble with their current bosses if the names got out.
Spitzer E-Mail IDs Job Seekers
The Associated Press
January 11, 2007
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