NY Times reports that an “independent investigative committee found that the governor of Saga prefecture told the operator, Kyushu Electric Power, to send e-mails supporting the restart of two reactors at the company’s Genkai Nuclear Power Station. The company has already admitted to ordering employees to pose as regular citizens by sending e-mails during an online town hall-style meeting in June over whether to allow the restart of the reactors.”
Records memorialize and can hurt. Time for some business ethics, risk management and email training. Nice job Japan - Allow a disaster to happen and add insult upon injury until you have no credibility. Brilliant.