As a former Hewlett-Packard employee (1984-1999), I enjoyed working for this well-respected company, known for "The HP Way" of taking good care of its employees.

However, today we read disturbing scandalous headlines saying, Hewlett-Packard dumps chair in spy scandal fallout.

It says HP's board engaged the services of private detective agencies to obtain phone records of board members, staff, and nine journalists by using the illegal act of "pretexting", a tatic of investigators pretending to be the individuals targeted, quoting their social security numbers and private details to obtain call details from telephone companies.

Ironically, this year HP was named "Most Trusted Company for Privacy in the United States" by TRUSTe and Ponemon Institute, an award that recognizes HP for establishing and enforcing progressive privacy practices that build a high level of consumer trust.

This sad commentary on Hewlett-Packard and its new HP Way reminds us that we must not put our trust in companies, nor in people, governments, riches, nor anything of this world, but rather, Proverbs 3 tells us to trust in the LORD. Where do you put your trust?

The Word of God
"Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not highminded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the living God, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy..."

Keep your eyes and ears open to Kroll, a very suspicious company:
Whistleblower Andrew Grove blames Kroll for 9/11

Throught provoking video about 9/11 and John O'Neill who was hired by Kroll: Who Killed John O'Neill?


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