Bentham - One could betray the good of a few (employers) for the good of the many (society) as many people may be truly happier knowing the truth, Especially when it produces pleasure for consumers, employees and the markets. Mill - Some rules are needed so loyalty to businesses may be a binding rule and cannot be broken, especially when doing so would harm society initially or the business' reputation/profits. However, long term consequences of exposing secrets, especially those of government, may be conformity to the rules of a greater power to avoid punishment. Tyranny may be a consequence. However, the higher pleasure of knowing the truth (which implies respect for dignity) may be considered more valuable than the lower pleasure of hedonistic blissful ignorance.