Сryptocurrencies

Premier League clubs trial cryptocurrency as experts predict bitcoins will replace sterling in transfer industry

Premier League football bosses will soon be paying for the best players in bitcoins, it was claimed on Monday night, after seven top-flight clubs launched cryptocurrency trials. Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, Newcastle United, […]

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Spanish company vows to defy U.S. sanctions, continue business with Iran

Esproenko International’s PR manager Carlos Toledo explained that the company had started working with Iran in 2013, “when sanctions on the Islamic Republic were imposed by all sides, namely, the European Union and the United States.” […]

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Financial crimes / Сryptocurrencies

Police grapple with rise in cryptocurrency fraud

UK police have warned of a rise in cryptocurrency fraud as they scramble to thwart criminal exploitation of the technology after more than 200 people reported losing an average of £10,000 in […]

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British tech innovation on show at Technology in Government

A delegation of British technology companies will visit Australia next week for the Technology in Government conference in Canberra. The UK Department for International Trade will showcase 10 British companies and their […]

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Turkish court overturns convictions against four human rights activists – JURIST

The Turkish Court of Cassation, the country’s highest appellate court, Tuesday overturned convictions against four human rights defenders including Honorary Chair of Amnesty International of Turkey, Taner Kılıç. All four were formerly […]

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Australia forms multi-agency task force to combat cyber crime – JURIST

On Saturday, Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs and Cyber Security Clare O’Neil announced the formation of a multi-agency task force to combat cyber crime. Called the Joint Standing Operation (JSO), the task […]

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‘Invasive’ two-finger test performed on sexual assault victims is misconduct, India Supreme Court rules – JURIST

The India Supreme Court Monday declared that performing the “two-finger” or “three-finger” vaginal test on victims of rape or sexual assault will be classed as misconduct.Also dubbed the “virginity” test, the test […]

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China-run ‘police’ station in Dublin ordered to close by Ireland Department of Foreign Affairs – JURIST

The Ireland Department of Foreign Affairs Wednesday ordered a Chinese overseas “police station” in Dublin to cease operations, according to Asia-based human rights group Safeguard Defenders. The order comes after Safeguard investigated […]

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