Medical device regulations do not provide sufficiently high standards on cybersecurity for connected health devices and systems, the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE) has said.
Multiple breaches of worldwide freezing orders (WFOs) in contempt of court can form the basis of an action for damages caused by 'unlawful means' conspiracy, the UK's highest court has confirmed.
A financial services regulator in Hong Kong has stepped in to stop a business offering digital tokens to prospective investors.
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