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2020-02-21T21:55:00+00:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday assessed total civil and criminal penalties of $3 billion against Wells Fargo & Co. and its subsidiary, Wells Fargo Bank, in the aftermath of its fake account scandal.
2020-02-21T18:56:00+00:00By Neil Hodge
The European Commission unveiled its long-awaited plans about how it wants to regulate artificial intelligence as well as promote greater data sharing throughout the EU to stimulate further growth and competition in digital services.
2020-02-21T16:36:00+00:00By Lori Tripoli
The California Consumer Privacy Act seems to be in the spotlight lately, but the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act should not be overlooked.
2020-02-21T16:02:00+00:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The U.K. Financial Reporting Council announced it will begin reviewing the extent to which U.K. companies and auditors are responding to the impact of climate change to ensure reporting requirements are being met.
2020-02-21T15:52:00+00:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
Compliance officers can learn a lot from the anti-money laundering compliance shortcomings at Julius Baer Group, as well as from what the bank is now doing to enhance its risk management and AML compliance controls.
2020-02-21T15:30:00+00:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
Alcohol producer Diageo has agreed to pay $5 million to resolve charges brought against it by the SEC for disclosure failures, due to weaknesses in its internal disclosure processes.
2020-02-20T21:48:00+00:00By Neil Hodge
The Irish Data Protection Commission received 7,215 complaints during the first full year the General Data Protection Regulation was in force, representing a 75 percent increase on 2018’s figures of just over 4,000.
2020-02-20T18:03:00+00:00By Kyle Brasseur
Pop star Justin Bieber and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey were among 10.6 million MGM Resorts guests to have their personal information exposed in a data breach last year, according to multiple reports.
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