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- Chapter 2 (pp. 143-166) of the textbook
- Chapter 3 of the textbook
- Several of the top ten corporate FCPA settlements of all-time have been against foreign companies. Why does the U.S. advance expansive jurisdictional theories in FCPA enforcement actions against foreign actors? What is the U.S. interest in bringing FCPA enforcement actions against foreign companies for allegedly bribing non-U.S. officials? Is the U.S. interest greater or weaker than that of the foreign companies “home” law enforcement agencies?
To further highlight these questions, please read the below two posts.
- http://fcpaprofessor.com/issues-consider-sqm-enforcement-action/ (under the headings “Policy” and “None in 39 Years…”)
Please search for the annual reports or management reports of one of the credit agencies (Transunion, Equifax, or Experian) prior to February 2017 to determine the importance, level of priority and attention the company placed on protection of confidentiality records and data sources, cyber security investment and preventive steps taken to undermine the potential for hacking and to prevent data breaches. Did they discuss the amount of money spent or levels of security to protect their sources? Was this priority one in their business strategy? Did they care?
Knowing what you know now about the 160 million names that were breached in the UK and US, do you think if you were in charge that you would have been done more to protect the reputational capital of the enterprise?