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URL 39: Factors that predict whistleblowing

Factors that predict whistleblowing—15 scholarly articles “Are Whistleblowers Heroes or Traitors,” by Chaya Benyamin, The Perspective. https://www.theperspective.com/debates/politics/whistleblowers-heroes-traitors/ “The Effects of Personality Traits, Ethical Position, and the Materiality of Fraudulent Reporting on Entry-Level Employee Whistleblowing Decisions,” Alisa Brink Sandra Cereola, and Karl Menk, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting (volume 7, issue 1, January-June 2015). http://web.nacva.com/JFIA/Issues/JFIA-2015-1_7.pdf “Factors Influencing the Whistleblowing Behaviour: A Perspective from the Theory of Planned Behaviour,”by Ni Wayan Rustiarini and Ni Made Sunarish,…

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URL 38: 100 More Whistleblowers

URL 38: 100 More Whistleblowers (In Chapter 50, page 239) (721 words) (44,151 cum words) 100 More Whistleblowers Australia (4) Toni Hoffman (2005—Queensland Government) Lesley Killen (1985-1999, Powerhouse Museum) Alan Parkinson (1997—Australian Government) Guy Pearse (2000s—Australian Industry Greenhouse Network Austria (1) Hans-Peter Martin (2004—European Parliament) Belarus (1) Alexander Barazenka Bosnia-Herzegovina (1) Kathryn Bolkovac (2002—Dyn Corporation) (Footnote 1) Canada (5) Shiv Chopra (1998—Canadian Government) Allan Cutler (1996—Canadian Government) Duncan Edmonds (1984—Canadian Government) Nancy Olivieri (1996-1998—Apotex Drug…

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URL 37: FCC Commissioner Bill Ray’s Letter to Me (July 15, 1971)

URL 37: FCC Commissioner Bill Ray’s Letter to Me (July 15, 1971) (In Chapter 39, page 183) (430 words) (43,430 cum words) Dear Dr. Hendon: This will acknowledge your letters of June 28 and 30, 1971, with further reference to stations KLAS-TV, KORK-TV, and KSHO-TV. Concerning your statements in your letter of June 30 regarding the insertion of local commercials during network programming by station KORK-TV during the week of June 27, we are making…

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URL 36: The FCC’s Document About Double Billing / Fraudulent Billing—12 Parts in Main Document, Followed by 2 Attachments (May 29, 1975)

URL 36: The FCC’s Document About Double Billing / Fraudulent Billing—12 Parts in Main Document, Followed by 2 Attachments (May 29, 1975) (In Chapter 37, Page 174) (4,109 words) (43,000 cumwords) In the matter of Amendment of 73.1205 of the Commission’s rules in order to prohibit certain fraudulent billing practices, Docket No. 20499. 1. Notice of proposed rulemaking is hereby given in the above-entitled matter. 2. On October 20, 1965, the Commission amended Part 73…

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URL 35: The FCC’s Clarification of Its “No More Double-Billing” Order (December 9, 1972)

URL 35: The FCC’s Clarification of Its “No More Double-Billing” Order (December 9, 1972) (In Chapter 37, page 174) (352 words) (38,891 cum words) More than a decade ago, the Commission notified broadcast licensees that it regarded the practice of fraudulent billing “as contrary to the public interest, and that appropriate proceedings will be instituted in all cases where evidence of double billing by licensees is found to exist.” (Public Notice, March 9, 1962, FCC…

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URL 34: My Biggest Victory: FCC Says Clipping Is Not Allowed Anymore (March 2, 1973)

URL 34: My Biggest Victory: FCC Says Clipping Is Not Allowed Anymore (March 2, 1973) (In Chapter 37, page 174) (937 words) (38,539 cum words) Affiliation contracts between broadcast stations and networks typically provide that the station will be compensated for carrying specific network programs, commercials, and other material, including, but not limited to, network identifications, credit announcements or promotional material. In order to collect payment, the station periodically submits a statement to the network…

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URL 33: The FCC’s Double-Talk (September 13,1972)

URL 33: The FCC’s Double-Talk (September 13,1972) (In Chapter 36, page 171) (2,902 words) (37,602 cum words) Part One: The Commission has under consideration: (1) its Notice of Apparent Liability, dated January 26, 1972, addressed to Channel 13 of Las Vegas, Inc., licensee of Television Broadcast Station KSHO-TV, channel 13, Las Vegas, Nevada; and (2) the licensee’s response to the forfeiture notice, dated March 21, 1972. Part Two: Station KSHO-TV is affiliated with the ABC…

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URL 32: Nick Johnson’s Complete Dissent (February 16, 1972)

URL 32: Nick Johnson’s Complete Dissent (February 16, 1972) (In Chapter 36, page 171) (968 words) (34,700 cum words) In re the matter of Channel 13 of Las Vegas, Inc. Dissenting Opinion of Commissioner Nicholas Johnson: A private citizen investigates the programming practices of a television statement and presents evidence to the FCC sufficient to induce a rare FCC field investigation and resulting maximum $10,000 fine against the station. That citizen also charges that the…

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URL 31: The FCC Tells Channel 13, “You’re a Naughty Boy, and Please Don’t Do This Again” (February 16,1972)

URL 31: The FCC Tells Channel 13, “You’re a Naughty Boy, and Please Don’t Do This Again” (February 16,1972) (In Chapter 36, page 171) (338 words) (33,732 cum words) This refers to complaints against you which were considered by the Commission before its grant of your application of renewal of the license of Station KSHO-TV and for transfer of negative control of the licensee. Complaints were received from Professor Donald W. Hendon of the University…

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