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Putting a human face on the internal reporting process

Tom Fox | December 15, 2017

Whistleblowers and whistleblowing are in the news more and more these days. From Harvey Weinstein to the Supreme Court taking up a whistleblower case, the news is filled with stories of persons stepping forward to report on unethical, illegal, or simply nefarious conduct. For most Americans, there is one name most associated with whistleblower: Daniel Ellsberg, who recently gave a lengthy interview about his experiences in releasing what came to be known as the Pentagon Papers and how those issues are just as relevant today.

Wendy Addison also spoke about her experiences in bringing to light fraud and corruption in LeisureNet Ltd. back in 2000. Her whistleblowing helped convict the companies joint chief executives of fraud in one of the biggest corporate scandals in South...

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