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Firstly, apologize as this is not really a technical question. I'm hoping someone can point me to the right direction to find out:

Is it legal/ok for a (large) corporation to replace SSL certificates for Internet websites (i.e. ssl certs in Google sites, etc) with its own? This affects all internal computers accessing website as they go through a proxy server.

Did some google search, can't find anything useful...probably using the wrong keywords. Appreciate any help in the right direction to understand this better.

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closed as off topic by nhinkle, Sathya, Diago Nov 11 '10 at 7:35

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Best is to contact your attorney. –  Sathya Nov 11 '10 at 3:31
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