Before I worked here, this guy was given the login to an AdWords account. He bombed and lost a bunch of money. He had to stop all the campaigns he created right as I was hired. Soon after I was hired I was given the login info.
Last Friday I handed the login info off to a girl in her early 20s and told her that we would be making ads that day. She was new to it and I told her to look at YouTube tutorial vidoes since that helped me a lot when I first started using AdWords. I launched a campaign that day.
On Saturday I checked the numbers and they were good. I texted the CEO to let him know. Today(Sunday) I log back into the account to see how the numbers are and I also pull up YouTube to play some music. The video suggestions are very strange. I look at the video history and the most recent videos are the AdWords tutorial videos, and below that there is a nigh endless amount of videos of pregnant women in skimpy outfits and videos of pregnant teens(Under 18 kind of teen) and one of a 10 year old girl claimed to be pregnant.
The only people with access to the account are me, the girl, the idiot who I manage now, and the CEO. The CEO is not a very sexual person. I know it was the idiot since he is stupid enough to make a mistake like this, he's a creeper, and I've caught him looking at 4chan at work before before I was his manager. I'm afraid that the CEO might have seen the video history if he was on youtube with the account after I texted him Saturday and think it was me watching all that stuff, or the girl saw it and thought it was me.
I deleted the history and I want to tell the CEO about it just in case he saw it and thought it was me. Then again, I might look insane or like I'm trying to throw the idiot under the bus if I tell the CEO about the videos, he hasn't seen the viewing history, and it no longer exists for him to verify since I've deleted it.