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24 Jan 2012
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) may formally investigate alleged corruption at firms that self-report the activity but will be mindful not to harm the company's reputation, the head of the organisation has said.
Copyright and privacy law do not prevent the BBC from publishing images of a murdered child, a Scottish criminal appeals court has ruled.
Businesses of all sizes will face huge administrative burdens in order to comply with new EU data protection laws being proposed, an expert has said.
23 Jan 2012
An organisation representing US marketing bodies has launched a new advertising campaign to raise consumer awareness of online behavioural advertising (OBA).
20 Jan 2012
The publisher of the now-defunct News of the World (NotW) newspaper has settled claims of alleged phone hacking with 37 people, including celebrities and other public figures, press reports have said.
18 Jan 2012
Chinese government officials were the subject of bribery investigations more often than officials of any other country in the past 35 years, a report by bribery analysts has said.
16 Jan 2012
A German internet service provider (ISP) does not have to block its customers from accessing foreign betting websites even if they are considered illegal in the country, according to reports.
Shareholders who receive dividends from companies which earned the money through corruption will be "vigorously" pursued for the money by UK fraud investigators, the head of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has said.
13 Jan 2012
The finalised text detailing proposed new EU data protection laws is not likely to be published until late February or March, a spokesman for the EU Justice Commissioner has said.
12 Jan 2012
The Information Commissioner is proposing to issue its heaviest ever fine for a breach of UK data protection laws. It proposes fining a health body after patient records were stolen from a hospital and sold on eBay.