Anyway, my point is that most JMods aren't the type of people that, within a company, you would trust with access or knowledge or whatever. Most of them are probably just looking to get ahead in the company and get a foot in the door. Or they were runescape players themselves, and they feel the need to devote more of their life to this game.
To be fair the majority of the Community Management Jagex Moderators (the people that deal head player moderators and the forums) are interns or atleast a fair amount.
Speaking as a former player moderator, the interns are actually some of the people that seem to care the most as well. When I first got my crown in 08' I was very close to a jmod named Mod Fran who was just interning at jagex for work experience in gaming customer support area. I still remember celebrating when she finally got her license as she never had a need for one until she moved to Cambridge XD. What this means is there is a fair amount of not caring strictly for the code of silence, especially when jmods are on their "choobs" (typically what they call their normal, nonjagex account).
Rogie (Skiller) was close to quite a few of the jmods when I still had my crown so wouldn't be surprised if he offhandly got the information from a jmod playing on their choob. People might be surprised at that there are a handful of jmods in community management that play runescape and actually are high levels. One jmod actually use to be in the top 15 most experience in Runescape for awhile and still is in the top 50.
Also there have been atleast two times that a player moderator has gone from a normal moderator, to a dual moderator (forum+player), to working for hjagex (triple mod XD?). One player moderator actually climbed so high he actually became Head of Pmods in community management. I think now he has moved onto the content testing team now though.
And to finish up my story, I actually have a screenshot from a larger moderator meeting where the head of community management (corner office guy) was getting on to address us and either Mod Emilee or Mod Poppy literally said "brb going to show him how to log in."
So what I'm getting at is there is a fair amount of connection between community management jmods and the players, especially more known players. But at the same time there is a bit of disconnect between management and the players.
So is it surprising something like this was "leaked?" Not at all, just the nature of things. Does management care? I'd honestly don't think they would.
Now as to the current topic of Fishy videos...