The San Francisco Chronicle reported that instead of receiving a $100,000 settlement for wrongful termination, a former Oracle employee may now herself be prosecuted for sending false e-mail. The e-mail in question was ostensibly sent to her by her supervisor, but he was able to show from cellular phone records that he could not have sent the message at the time he was supposed to have done so because he was driving his car at the time. Further, the woman knew the passwords for the account from which the mail originated. One wonders whether non-repudiation services for e-mail will be in regular use before executives are routinely sending e-mail from their automobiles.