Anonymous Coward writes "What do you do when you let an employee go? You kill their password and ID, right? Air Canada didn't, and they're now in court because the employee went to a competitor, wrote some cool automated scripts using the ID/password, and grabbed some company data." Interesting story, because Air Canada authorized the employee to access this website and book tickets for himself as part of his severance, but they apparently provide a little more data on that site than what is available to the public.
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