It's a bit murky at best, but Harvard has decided to reject all applications from people who peeked on ethical grounds.I'm all for ethics in business, but I'm not so sure about this one. Someone left information about yourself (no-one was able to access any account but their own without an ID and password) in a space on a publicly accessible web server and you take a peek at it. Is that really unethical? Are Harvard and the other schools involved (there were several) overreacting? Or is this strict interpretation of ethics what we need in the post-Enron world?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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