Of course. If a client asks me to do something unethical I try to drop them as a client ASAP. If they ask me to cheat someone else they are probably going to try to cheat me.
How far I take my ethics is of course a personal decision. I don't go browsing through .jpeg's or other files when I am working on a machine and I don't ask a client to show me all their licenses unless they have hired me to do an audit of some type. BUT, if I need to reinstall Office and ask for the CD and then find out they have used it for 10 workstations, then the ethics issue arises. Or if I happen to see a folder called "Kiddie Porn" on someone's desktop then I feel some duty to address this.
With a "published" ethics statement" that refers to this I think it would be easier to handle.
The question is how do you word it in your ethics statement?
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