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Private right of action proving problematic for state privacy laws


An enforcement provision allowing customers to sue businesses that misuse their personal data is a key stumbling point for state-level data privacy legislation.


Tips for keeping pace with ever-evolving sanctions

2021-05-05T15:27:00+01:00By Teodora Harrop, International Compliance Association

The constantly changing sanctions landscape is much easier to navigate with a proper understanding of risk exposure. Here’s where firms can get started.

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Cancel culture stresses need for senior execs to practice mindfulness


Given the “cancel culture” era we are in today, writes Jaclyn Jaeger, the need for senior executives to be mindful about the things they say and do outside the workplace is more critical than ever before.


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SEC settles with 8 companies over untimely reporting disclosures


The Securities and Exchange Commission announced settlements with eight companies for incomplete reporting related to “not timely” form disclosures.


SAP to pay over $8M for admitted Iran sanctions violations


German software company SAP SE agreed to pay more than $8 million in combined penalties issued by three U.S. agencies after admitting to committing numerous violations of sanctions against Iran.


LRN survey: Compliance and ethics rose to challenge of COVID-19


LRN’s “2021 Ethics & Compliance Program Effectiveness Report” highlights the strengthening of ethical culture that has occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.


MoneyGram plagued by tech, human error in OFAC sanctions settlement


The Office of Foreign Assets Control announced a $34,329 settlement with MoneyGram Payment Systems for apparent violations of multiple sanctions programs, including the processing of transactions involving Syria.

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