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Should There Be A Difference?

Organization A sets out to accomplish a task.  To assist in accomplishing the task, it engages the services of a third party.  The third party cuts corners and, as a result, a person working on behalf of Organization A acts contrary to the organization’s policies and procedures.

Organization B sets out to accomplish a task.  To assist in accomplishing the task, it engages the services of a third party.  The third party cuts corners and, as a result, a person working on behalf of Organization B acts contrary to the organization’s policies and procedures.

Organization A is the U.S. government as it relates to alleged National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.  (See here and here).

Organization B is a typical multinational company involved in an FCPA enforcement action.

Should there be a difference?

For a previous should there be a difference post, see here.

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