Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay a record €776 million fine to US, UK and Brazilian authorities to settle corruption claims. Regulators are said to have been investigating allegations that the... read more →
Two ex-Microsoft workers are suing the software firm or failing to protect them from the psychological effects of viewing illegal material such as child abuse images and films. A complaint... read more →
The Greek government yesterday promised a swift and thorough investigation into allegations of bribery and corruption involving Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis and members of the country’s civil service. Justice Minister... read more →
Online learning site Lynda.com has informed its 9.5 million users that their accounts may have been hacked. The LinkedIn-owned platform, which offers business and technology courses taught by industry experts,... read more →
Estonia last week became the first European country to pass a Magnitsky-style law to stop human rights abusers entering the country. Named after Russian whistle-blower Sergei Magnitsky - who was... read more →
Europol last week supported police in a number of countries as they launched a coordinated crackdown on cyber criminals using Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) tools. The operation, which resulted... read more →
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