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A spokesman for Microsoft emailed the following statement: “Microsoft has a long history of cooperating with law enforcement and other agencies on combating sex trafficking and related topics, and we have employees who volunteer their time and money specifically to combat this issue as well.The personal conduct of a tiny fraction of our 125,000 employees does not in any way represent our culture.“You are urged to ensure that you have reviewed and complied with these company policies as well as criminal laws,” wrote a Microsoft human resources official named Adrienne Day.A spokesman for Microsoft called the timing of the HR warning “coincidental” and denied it was related to the investigation, although Microsoft had requested access to the records in October and received them in November, but only warned its employees this week.
Online prostitution review boards are common in all major urban areas—they are the Yelp of the sex industry—but the Seattle boards were unusual in that men also gathered IRL (in real life, in tech parlance), calling themselves The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, to compare notes about the women over drinks in public venues, making it easy for Seattle police to infiltrate and secretly videotape some off the proceedings.“She’s as close to perfect as I think they get made,” one man said, describing one of the Korean women.“Right after K-girls, I’ve always had this thing for Eastern Europeans,” another said.He practices what he preaches, he adds: "I've picked up approximately 140 street prostitutes and have also had experiences with about five prostitutes in Europe, which were in a brothel-type setting," John says."I've never been arrested for anything prostitution or sex related."He claims he's never had a sexually transmitted disease (STD), is regularly tested for HIV, and always uses condoms.“Like Czech, Hungarian, anyone from a war-torn country.Anything with ‘will work for food.’”A day after first contacted Microsoft for comment this week, an unknown number of Microsoft employees in Seattle received an email from Human Resources officials warning them: “Microsoft has been informed by the King County prosecutor’s office that they have obtained records in connection with a criminal enforcement activity related to a brother engaged in prostitution.”The Microsoft email informed recipients that law enforcement “may have obtained” business cards, badges and emails and links to a variety of company policies related to standards of business conduct and responsible use of technology.
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