Al Pacino, left, and Russell Crowe in the film The Insider, which tells the story of the whistleblower Jeffrey Wigand, who revealed how tobacco manufacturer Brown and Williamson introduced carcinogenic substances into its products to increase their impact. Photo: AP
Stephen Vines
Opinion

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The View by Stephen Vines

On whistleblowing, should you let your conscience be your guide?

Disentangling the conflict between an employee’s duty of loyalty to employers, and the hard to define but very real concept of the wider public good

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Al Pacino, left, and Russell Crowe in the film The Insider, which tells the story of the whistleblower Jeffrey Wigand, who revealed how tobacco manufacturer Brown and Williamson introduced carcinogenic substances into its products to increase their impact. Photo: AP
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