Blind Copy


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Blind Copy

A copy of a letter or e-mail sent to a person without the knowledge of the primary recipient. In e-mail, blind copy is represented on the "bcc" line.
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For example, if the blind copy was to the attorney or the client, the e-mail might be covered by attorney-client privilege.
When people send e-mails as a blind copy (BCC), there are few things more frustrating for that person than to have someone reply to all recipients, revealing the BCC.
Her little section on the destructive effects of email on organizational culture is essential reading, although some may feel that that calling the "blind copy" address function a "software stiletto" and quoting one of the leading team gurus as saying "if business ethics means anything to an organization, it should surely disable the blind copy field," may be a bit overboard.