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According to the BBC News website, a Brazilian police inspector has lost his job after using Twitter to criticise women who worked for him.   Some more details:   Pedro Paulo Pinho tweeted that out of the 14 women staff of a Ri…

Just seen article in the The Times that is about barristers Googling for information about jurors in order to win sympathy for the people they represent. Quite unethical in my opinion, but until something substantial can be done…

I saw a great IT misbehaviour story on the BBC News website today. Some details: A security check on a US company has reportedly revealed one of its staff was outsourcing his work to China. The software developer, in his 40s, is…

Looks like employees at DVLA have been up to mischief again! See DVLA: Seven staff suspended for posting "inappropriate" Facebook comments for more details ( BBC News ).

Many work blogs are renowned for being written in an anonymous fashion. An article and radio programme by an anonymous blogger has recently appeared on the BBC News website. See Belle de Jour's history of anonymity . The radi…