If you are reading Law and More you are likely an ambitious type. You hope you might get an edge from the information and maybe insights from the digital site. Nothing wrong with that, at least not ethically or legally. Also, it probably doesn't violate any other code of conduct, even your personal one like not reading a digital tabloid just to pick up juicy gossip.
However, ambitious people frequently do things to get the edge which can them into trouble, if ony with themselves. They run personal errands for the partner, even though they assess that as denigrating. They take a peek at what's on a colleague's desk when she's in the rest room. They get a friend drunk to dig for what's going on at another law firm, information that would delight the partners at theirs.
There are even times when getting the edge crosses the line to a breach of ethics or breaking the law. Few are nailed. But some are. One of those could be Lance Armstrong, whose failure to fight the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's accusations opens the door to speculation that he did get the edge illegally.
Today, the ambitious have probably climbed into what his mindset had been when he might have decided to break with the rules of the game. The objective could be to figure out how to prevent a line of thought to generate action which could be a career-killer, not an enhancer.