The University of British Columbia's graduate school of journalism has produced a story for the PBS program, Frontline, on electronic waste.
In the course of its travels to Ghana (it also visited India and China), it obtained a hard drive that contained sensitive defence industry contract information from Northrop Grumman. Its revelation has piqued the interest of the FBI.
The documentary (video clip below) was underwritten by a donation from the Mindset Foundation, run by Vancouver-based philanthropist Alison Lawton through a recent $1-million donation. The financing serves as an interesting model for schools and organizations.
It was produced for Frontline by Peter Klein, an Emmy-winning professor at the school who also produces for 60 Minutes. (Disclosure: I am an adjunct professor at the school.)