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|User Info||The Bad Joke That Trump Is Turning Out To Be; entered at 2017-04-15 11:00:28|
I've seen this a lot in large organizations. Diffusing and factoring out responsibility (and sometimes even control structures) into lots of tiny facets, then adding layers of indirection, and topping it off with incentive structures to be able to claim they aren't in violation of law or regulatory rules, when the end effect is the same as if someone explicitly ordered the breach. Clauses against structuring are not widely written into the laws that political organizations and many large companies really care about, and successfully bringing suit against such structuring tends to involve very complex, expensive and time-consuming discovery.