Whistleblowing is such an important societal function in terms of information sharing for getting companies to do the right thing, and all of this is rewritten with wikis and the web, in general. And wiki knowledge-generation, - with Wikipedia's protocols (see Wikipedia:How to edit a page - Wikipedia), and as an example, and with its progressive (as I see it) guiding vision and history, and in multiple languages, - is a great way to share knowledge about companies, and help them do better than they already are, in a market-economy in the information age. And with the distributed internet (there are infinite URLs :), web sites and wikis, there are fortunately a lot of good ways to do this. Wikipedia's history and protocols inform wiki World University and School - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University - which is like Wikipedia with MIT OpenCourseWare, with free, Creative Commons' licensed, MIT-centric, university degrees planned.
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