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Detective chief inspector Chris Beechey (29308931) Detective chief inspector Chris Beechey, chairman of the Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum, said people should be particularly careful when ‘urgency’ is introduced to calls to pressure them into taking action. He said that fraudulent calls were ‘doing the rounds at the moment’, with con artists trying to trick people...
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Privacy Access login. Photo: one photo/Shutterstock.com Although the California Consumer Privacy Act has been in effect since January, there is still no clarity on how judges will rule in some of the class action lawsuits over third-party cookies collecting data and what constitutes a reasonable effort to protect personally identifiable information. Want to continue reading?Become...
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Mr. Trump’s antipathy toward many news organizations has led him to repeatedly threaten to interfere with media companies’ operations. He twice urged regulators to examine taking away the “license” from NBC, though it was unclear what license he was referring to. He declared as a candidate that he would not approve AT&T’s acquisition of Time...
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The New York Alliance Against Insurance Fraud warns quarantined residents to watch out for telemedicine-related scams. Since most people are staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said they are also turning more and more to telemedicine, often offered through their employee insurance. Telemedicine involves visiting with doctors and medical professionals remotely through video...
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Standard Chartered Sri Lanka has won big at “The Asset Triple A Treasury, Trade, SSC and Risk Management Awards 2020” announced recently, with awards for ‘Best Service Provider for Cash Management’ and ‘Best Service Provider for Trade Finance’ in Sri Lanka. The Bank also took the award for ‘Best Payments and Collections Solution – Sri...
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With more than 16 million COVID-19 confirmed cases worldwide and more than 650,000 reported COVID-19 deaths, the pandemic continues to ravage economies and upend social norms. The World Bank’s baseline economic forecast sees a 5.2% contraction in global GDP this year. “These downturns are expected to reverse years of progress toward development goals and tip...
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China is the latest in the long list of post-World War II villains who threaten the American way of life, or America’s deserved spot at the head of the table, or the peace and prosperity of America’s allies, or the values of the West. China’s particular threat is its ambition to replace the US at...
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A Florida man has been charged with fraud and other criminal offenses after receiving $3.9 million in COVID-19 relief funds and using the money to purchase, among other things, a Lamborghini. David T. Hines, 29, was arrested on Friday and charged on Monday according to a statement by the Department of Justice. Over $3 million...
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Intel(R) Endpoint Management Assistant Now Integrates with Ivanti Neurons Platform to Self-Heal, Self-Secure and Self-Service for Remote Workers. SINGAPORE, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ivanti, the company that automates IT and Security Operations to discover, manage, secure and service from cloud to edge, and Intel announced a new strategic partnership to offer Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) with...
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The new cadence of the government decided on radical measures: last year, all state registrars and notaries were required to undergo verification, and the adopted presidential bills made it possible to close access to state registers for unscrupulous specialists. The new “anti-raider” commission in the Ministry of Justice reported that there are almost no “black...
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SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — A federal grand jury in Louisiana has accused a former city worker and a second man of using city credit cards more than 3,800 times over two years to steal $400,000 worth of gasoline. Former Shreveport public works employee Tory Deshawn Jackson, 41, and Jawaski L. Johnson, 30, were “encountered by...
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Classic Cinemas chief executive Chris Johnson discusses cleaning and social-distancing strategies movie theaters are enacting to encourage customers to return to them. As film and TV sets reopen at Pinewood Atlanta Studios, home to big-screen juggernauts like “Avengers: Endgame,” the biggest job is keeping the coronavirus off the Georgia studio’s lot. LACK OF INSURANCE THREATENS...
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The U.S. Attorney at Philly explained the owners retained an employee’s salary on the novels and also paid the remainder off the books. Credit: Tony Luke’s The creator of South Philadelphia Cheese Steak area Tony Luke’s along with also his son had been indicted this week tax fraud charges, together with prosecutors stating they totaled...
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Since 2015, the blockchain industry has generated a variety of economic concepts and supported them with relevant technologies: initial coin offerings, initial exchange offerings, security token offerings, data access object, permissioned ledgers, stablecoins, decentralized finance, etc. In a short time frame, some of these went all the way from their heydays to oblivion. Emerging concepts,...
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Something remarkable happened yesterday. The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, having arrived in the UK the evening before, chose to meet a group of MPs before holding talks with the Government. Even more remarkable was the fact that the MPs and members of the House of Lords were drawn not just from the Conservative...
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Enlarge / The FBI notified organizations in May that Russia’s elite hackers had targeted them. The campaign likely remains ongoing. Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency has carried out many of the most aggressive acts of hacking in history: destructive worms, blackouts, and—closest to home for Americans—a broad hacking-and-leaking operation designed to influence the outcome of...
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An Indian-American tech executive has been arrested for allegedly defrauding over $5.5 million under the coronavirus pandemic relief program, federal authorities have said. Mohan, 48, submitted fake and altered documents, including forged federal tax filings and altered incorporation documents in support of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications for six shell companies he owned, and then...
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Advertisement For two years, the United States has been engaged in a global confrontation with China, based on the Trump administration’s assessment that the policy of engagement pursued for decades has failed; that the growing assertiveness of China’s authoritarian regime is driving a policy disrespectful of international law, with revisionist designs for the international order;...
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WhatsAppFacebook Twitter Email13Shares ‘Kashmir might’ve a lower cybercrime rate as compared to other states, but the time demands that one should follow online protocols and guidelines to stay safe.’ By Khalid Mustafa AT a time when every one of us is grappling with pervasive pandemic, people are suffering from a growing worry inside their homes...
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A Russian cyberespionage group that hacked into election networks before the 2016 U.S. presidential election is now attempting to steal coronavirus vaccine information from researchers in the U.S., U.K. and Canada. The governments of those three countries issued a warning on July 16 saying that the group known as APT29 or “Cozy Bear” is targeting...
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