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GDPR: 'Don't panic!' data watchdog tells firms

GDPR: 'Don't panic!' data watchdog tells firms
Tough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday that promise to bolster consumer rights. But there are concerns that many firms have not done enough to prepare for the new rules, known as GDPR. Big fines could be imposed on companies that ...

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is told to prove his wealth is legitimate if he wants to ...

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is told to prove his wealth is legitimate if he wants to return to the UK as Britain begins war on oligarchs
Roman Abramovich will have to prove his wealth is legitimate after Whitehall launched a war on oligarchs. The billionaire Russian owner of Chelsea football club is effectively banned from Britain until he can show his money is clean. ...

Breaking Bad to the Paradise Papers: all you need to know about money laundering

Breaking Bad to the Paradise Papers: all you need to know about money laundering
The art of hiding money from the taxman is under threat from laws demanding greater transparency.What is money laundering? In British law, money laundering is defined as the process of concealing, disguising, converting, transferring or removing criminal ...

Cyberlaundering: from ghost Uber rides to gibberish on Amazon

Cyberlaundering: from ghost Uber rides to gibberish on Amazon
Digital laundering funds terror and will ‘double by 2020’ – and the UN’s anti-crime chief says it must be tackled.We all have a stake in stopping cybercrime, which also enables so many other crimes, from human trafficking and migrant smuggling to trafficking ...

RBS settles US Department of Justice investigation with $4.9bn fine

RBS settles US Department of Justice investigation with $4.9bn fine
Bank chief hails end of inquiry as ‘milestone moment’ with government now clear to sell off taxpayer stake.Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed a $4.9bn (£3.6bn) penalty with the US Department of Justice to end an investigation into sales of financial ...

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