CNN Fronts Off the SEC's Porn Problem

Friday, April 23, 2010 , , 0 Comments



Apparently the case of the SEC employee checking out porn on the clock is not an isolated incident but something of an epidemic. It would explain why repeated complaints from whistleblowers were ignored as it's pretty hard to take calls from Harry Markopolos when you're trying to squeeze one out with the YouPorn.

CNN:

As the country was sinking into its worst financial crisis in more than 70 years, Security and Exchange Commission employees and contractors cruised porn sites and viewed sexually explicit pictures using government computers, an SEC investigation obtained by CNN showed.

"During the past five years, the SEC OIG (Office of Inspector General) substantiated that 33 SEC employees and or contractors violated Commission rules and policies, as well as the government-wide Standards of Ethical Conduct, by viewing pornographic, sexually explicit or sexually suggestive images using government computer resources and official time," said a summary of the investigation by the inspector general's office.

In retrospect, I realize that my comments about the SEC's impotency may have been inappropriate. Not because it is offensive to the SEC but because perhaps their potency has always been the problem.

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