Dark secrets and ugly truths: When ethics and IT collide

Wednesday, 12 September 2007, 10:42 AM EST

It still weighs heavily on Bryan's mind, what he found on that executive's computer, especially when he thinks of his own daughters. He's particularly troubled that the man he discovered using a company computer to view pornography of Asian women and of children was subsequently promoted and moved to China to run a manufacturing plant.

"To this day, I regret not taking that stuff to the FBI," says Bryan.

At Computerworld.

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