Every so often I find a college professor claiming a doctorate from a diploma mill. They are generally professors who had the job before the fake degree. But still, it is irritating. There is this part of me that really wants to e-mail blast the entire administration asking why they feel it appropriate to employ someone with a degree from Atlantic International University or Breyer State University. But, I'm actually kind of against internet originated shaming. So far, I have kind of just sat on my hands. I look at it from the perspective that the schools should be vetting their faculty. My company doesn't scrutinize accreditation but that's largely because the only people we employ whose accreditation "matters" is our accountants. If they are ineligible to sit for the CPA exam, they can't hold the accountant title here. Other than that, we can be flexible and weigh things like experience, professional certifications etc. Universities aren't in the same position. Even if the professor had the job before claiming the bogus degree that tells me that they are qualified for their job but exercise really bad judgment (and/or are incredibly dishonest). So I'm just curious what others do with information when they come across it. Let's say you find a high school principal, a college professor or someone else somewhere in the academic world sporting a clearly bogus degree. Do you keep it to yourself?