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Campaign Finance Fraud

When Ethics Collide With Profits, Which One Wins?


We’ve occasionally dabbled in issues of right or wrong in our posts. When does security go too far? What if well-intentioned loss prevention efforts have the bad effect of turning retail clerks into racial profilers? While companies are in the business of making money, we feel they also have a responsibility to act ethically. Here […]

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Searching Dirty Data for Dirty Money


Few would find a problem with large contributions coming to political candidates and committees from a single household. But over $200,000 in contributions since 2004 from a single middle-class household might raise some eyebrows, especially when the head of that household is reportedly a mail carrier. The Paw family of Daly City, California was highlighted […]

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