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Sen. Wyden introduces ‘strongest-ever’ privacy bill


Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has introduced an updated version of his previously drafted data privacy bill that threatens jail time for executives at corporations that misuse Americans’ data.


SEC seeks to thwart cryptocurrency masquerading as ICO


The SEC is taking a different approach to target initial coin offerings than it has in the past in the case of its complaint against Telegram Group and its wholly owned subsidiary TON Issuer.


FASB votes to approve standard delays, including CECL


FASB has voted to approve a previously proposed delay to its upcoming rule change for credit losses, in addition to standards for hedging and leasing.

Inside the Mind of the CCO


Special report: Inside the Mind of the CCO


Our first-of-its-kind survey examines the habits and strategies chief compliance officers rely on when the going gets tough, as well as their risk appetites, most valued skills, and, of course, their salaries.


Eight prominent CCOs tackle five questions

2019-09-23T21:38:00+01:00By Compliance Week

As part of our “Inside the Mind of the CCO” special report, we asked eight compliance leaders the same five questions regarding their experiences and thoughts on the profession.

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California governor gives nod of approval to 7 CCPA amendments


Amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act add clarity, offer a BTB communication reprieve to businesses, and ensure consumers have a method for submitting more information requests.


Ex-PCAOB leader gets prison time for role central to KPMG scandal


Former PCAOB Inspections Leader Jeffrey Wada was sentenced to nine months in prison for providing the confidential information central to the long-running KPMG inspections scandal.

Sinking ship

Libra springs a leak: Visa, Mastercard, others bail


Visa, Mastercard, and a handful of other companies have followed in the footsteps of PayPal, abandoning the Facebook-led Libra Association amid harsh regulatory criticism surrounding the planned cryptocurrency offering.

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AT&T might be the next Wells Fargo (and doesn’t seem to be doing anything about it)


A federal securities lawsuit against AT&T and multiple executives of the company mirrors many of the same troubling ethics and compliance failures that plagued Wells Fargo. Inside, we take a deep dive into the allegations.

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