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While sitting in your office one day, you get a call: The chairmma of the board of a large publicly traded company, Really-Big Inc., wants to meet with you. A congressional committee is holding hearings on pretexting, and it has subpoenaed him to testify in two weeks. Mr. Chairman explains to you that he has been frustrated with the leak of inside information at Really-Big. With the permission of the board’s executive committee, he engaged a private investigation firm to discover who was leaking...

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