Finger pointing to fight corruption

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Trace, a non-profit group specializing in curbing bribery, created BRIBEline. This new website is a hotline for collecting anonymous information on bribe requests by officials and governments around the world.

Suzanne Rich Folsom, director of the World Bank's Department of Institutional Integrity, emphasized the role of fear in curbing corruption. She hopes the BRIBEline will help lower the cost of doing business - an estimated $1 trillion is paid in bribes each year.

Update: BRIBEline proves popular.

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