Businesses Turn on Wikileaks

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

View of the WikiLeaks homepage taken in Washington on November 28, 2010. Whistleblower website WikiLeaks unleashed a flood of US cables detailing shocking diplomatic episodes. (NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty)

Should a company that sells pornography turn it's back on helping host, or fund, Wikileaks? Where is the moral and legal line for companies that have been involved in the company? We're joined by Lauren Bloom, business ethics consultant, for her take. She says that it seems likely the companies aren't caving to government pressure, but are rather making savvy business decisions. 

Comments [1]

Robert from New Jersey

Lauren Bloom's analogy to a detonation and Mitch Connell's comments that Assange is a high tech terrorist appear to equate this to 9/11 and will usher in a new era of government laws and regs over the internet. Patriotic Act part 2.

Dec. 08 2010 06:25 AM

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