After some complaints from various sections, FDA started to spy on their own scientists. According to Times, the FDA has done the following things: (1) approved GE's application over the objection of those scientists; (2) launched an extraordinary surveillance campaign to monitor the computer activity of the scientists and their attempts to blow the whistle; and (3) fired several of them, who have in turn filed suit claiming they were axed in retaliation for whistle-blowing. FDA is using spy software designed to help captured screen images from the government laptops. The effort was exposed when a private firm contracted by the FDA posted 80,000 documents on a public website, revealing the FDA's "day-by-day, sometimes hour-by-hour accounting of the scientists' communications," the Times reported.
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