Thursday, April 4, 2013

What is the verb to describe someone reading someone else’s email without their permission?

Doubt caused by Lottie: What’s the verb to describe someone reading another person’s emails without his permission?

Can I say “hack his emails”? I need to know this because I’m helping a friend to write a letter to complain about his colleague who read his personal emails without his permission. Thanks.


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Answer by ilan

hmm.. infiltrate account, gained unauthorized access to account, invaded privacy? don’t use the word hack; it’s underated nowdays.


Answer by JBluver101

hacker for sure…

but maybe crepper hahahaha


Answer by rowdy idiot

Assault and battery victim.


Answer by bootitgood for DR DORIS

hack only applies if he got his email password and entered his account ilegally. snoop maybe a better description. is he read them while the account was still up on a working computer.


Answer by Elt

Why doesn’t your friend just change his email password? Anyway, why is your friend getting personal emails while at work? Not cool to use the company’s time and equipment for personal use.


Answer by myanswerman34291

Virtual Trespassing, or Intruding.


Type in stuff like “Confidential Information” or “Invasion of Privacy” on Wikipedia, or just use Google if that’s easier.


PS: You’re Welcome.


Answer by nannywho

If one is using a works computer, then the company has the right to read whatever is used on it. Indeed, some companies have special software that allows them to trace everything done on the firm’s computers. It might be we need a word for those who steal their employers’ time when they are supposed to be working.


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