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Ethics

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  • Digital Savant: Weighing right and wrong as technologies take hold

    It was not the Internet's finest hour. On Aug. 31, the Web exploded with news that sets of nude photos featuring celebrities including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, model Kate Upton and Kirsten Dunst were being distributed on message boards including...
  • TV Review: 'Gotham'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The title and promotional campaign do "Gotham" no favors, fostering expectations about a stronger link to the "Batman" franchise than can possibly exist -- at least, considering the setting, not for another 20 years or so....
  • New subpoena in federal probe of Quinn anti-violence grant program

    New subpoena in federal probe of Quinn anti-violence grant program
    SPRINGFIELD -- A new subpoena seeking records about Gov. Pat Quinn's botched 2010 anti-violence program has been issued, this time from a federal grand jury based in Chicago. The request marks the first subpoena issued by Chicago-based federal...
  • Judge Eckert warns FIFA following Garcia investigation

    MUNICH (Reuters) - Hans-Joachim Eckert, the German judge deciding what action to take following FIFA's investigation into alleged corruption surrounding the 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes, said he doubted "if soccer and ethics can still fit together". The...
  • FIFA executive committee probed over World Cup watches

    BERNE, (Reuters) - Soccer's governing body FIFA is investigating whether any ethics rules were broken when members of its executive committee received commemorative watches from sponsors of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) at the World Cup....
  • Baby, you can subsidize my parking

    Parking at work can become a heated issue. At some businesses, negotiations over who gets to park where -- or for how much in adjacent lots -- can ignite fiery arguments. When a deal is finally struck, the cheers can be heard for blocks. How much...
  • Windsor School Board To Consider Censure Of Santos

    WINDSOR — The board of education is expected to discuss and vote Tuesday on a proposal to censure board President Cristina Santos. The agenda item calling for a censure vote was brought by four Republican board members. Santos is also a Republican....
  • 'The Drop' actors say they prefer people on the edge

    TORONTO "The Drop" will forever be known as James Gandolfini's final performance, and fellow actor Matthias Schoenaerts finds the actor's death "insanely difficult to talk about." "I had two scenes with him. I can't really say I know this person. I...
  • Chicago needs one real watchdog

    Chicago needs one real watchdog
    Mayoral operatives. Political rivals. Angry constituents who were denied a parking sticker. There's a long line of people, we're told, who'd like to whisper falsehoods about Chicago aldermen in the inspector general's ear. For decades, the City...
  • No court-martial for nurse who refused to give forced-feeding at Guantanamo

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba A Navy commander has chosen not to court-martial a nurse who refused to conduct forced feedings of hunger strikers this summer and has instead asked a board to determine whether the nurse should be allowed to stay in the U....
  • FIFA and ethics: It's not an oxymoron

    FIFA is playing host to a conference on ethics. Think about that for a second: The global sports organization most synonymous with corruption and obfuscation is holding a forum focused on morality and openness. "I thought there was a typo," said...