Companies that encounter corrupt overseas officials should use the microblogging site Twitter to name them, the head of Britain’s white-collar crime agency has said. Richard Alderman, the director of the Serious Fraud Office, told a delegation of Russian and US executives on Thursday that Twitter and other social media could be used as an instant way for businesses to join forces to stamp out the practice of paying bungs where it is still commonplace.
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