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The New York Times: Policing the Banks Is an Inside Job

October 03, 2016

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As we now well know, Wells Fargo not only opened millions of unauthorized client accounts, but the bank also fostered a corporate culture so toxic that an astounding 5,300 employees have been fired for their involvement in the companywide multiyear scheme.

What should bother us more is that our banking regulators appear to have been in the dark the whole time.

Value Walk: Questions On Whistleblowing To UN In Wake Of Systemic Abuses

September 30, 2016

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GAP Submits Questions On Whistleblowing To UN Secretary General Candidates In Wake Of Systemic Abuses

33 Civil Society Organizations From Around the World Join GAP in Demanding UN Accountability

U.S. News: The World Needs Whistleblowers

September 27, 2016

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Diplomats from 193 member states have been gathered in New York to participate in the 70th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. They can certainly celebrate 70 years of U.N. work to promote dialogue, cooperation and problem solving among nations. But they should also acknowledge that the U.N. and its affiliated agencies are increasingly a source of international problems, rather than part of the solution.

The Intercept: House Intelligence Panel Gets Dozens of Whistleblower Complaints Every Year

September 26, 2016

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CRITICS OF LEAKERS have often argued that whistleblowers have legitimate channels through which they can report their grievances, but in the murky world of intelligence, it’s hard to know how many complaints are filed, and what, if anything, happens as a result. Now, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence says it sees “dozens” of such complaints every year.

The Orange County Register: Whistleblower air marshal is back to work, but on the ground

September 19, 2016

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The whistleblower won his job back thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court – a rare victory, and a vindication. But what does winning mean when you actually show up at work?

The Hill: Wall Street whistleblowers reap millions

September 13, 2016

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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has paid out more than $100 million in a new whistleblower program aimed at rooting out bad behavior on Wall Street.

The SEC says the program, created by the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law, is beginning to yield valuable information from inside the nation’s largest financial institutions.

The Daily Nation: Policy change is needed to hold UN responsible for its crimes

August 31, 2016

Rasna Warah has written a strongly worded opinion piece in The Daily Nation, a major news source in Kenya.


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