05 Dec '17, 5pm

Man cheats company's tracking device to play 140 golf rounds, gets fired

Man cheats company's tracking device to play 140 golf rounds, gets fired

Tom Colella was employed by an Australian water management company called Aroona Alliance in 2016 when he ran into a problem. He wanted to skip work to play golf, but his company tracked his location using GPS on his PDA device, which he was mandated to carry. So Colella put his electrical knowledge to the test, according to nakedsecurity.sophos.com

Full article: http://www.golf.com/extra-spin/2017/12/05/man-cheats-comp...

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