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Corporate and Criminal Fraud Accountability Act

Corporate and Criminal Fraud Accountability Act

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A provision within the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 that provides for criminal penalties for securities fraud and protects employees of publicly traded companies from punitive actions from their employers for reporting Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) violations and/or shareholder fraud. See Whistleblower.