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Crime victims urged to investigate offences themselves – report

A report by the independent assessor of police forces in England and Wales has found some have almost given up investigating certain offences such as car crime and lower level criminal damage. Her Majesty’s...

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Security in Sport

This year’s Soccerex Global Convention in Manchester is a great opportunity to meet and discuss the state of world football and the future of the game.  Conflict International will be attending...

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UAE raises London security concerns

The United Arab Emirates has advised their citizens to avoid several key areas of Central London.  The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs marked Oxford Street, Piccadilly, Soho, Marble Arch, Tottenham...

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UK designers to get new Intellectual Property protection

A new Intellectual Property Act has been given royal assent in the United Kingdom, modernising IP law and supporting innovation for design industries.  The law, which is expected to come into force...

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Conflict International at Soccerex

We are pleased to be able to attend the world’s leading convention for the football industry which is being held in Manchester in September.  Soccerex has been running events for nearly 20 years,...

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Facebook Seeks a Patent to Its Process of Age Discrimination

Facebook currently bans users younger than 13 years of age, and - according to a new release - has been actively seeking a patent (applied for in 2012) on a process of managing access to its site based...

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Social Media is the Newest Tool in Divorce Leveraging

People going through divorce proceedings who are looking to keep assets hidden are in for a nasty surprise. According to a top solicitor, these hidden assets are discovered using private user information...

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Staying safe in Brazil for the World Cup

England fans travelling to the World Cup have been warned to avoid protests and be aware of the threat of gangs of Argentine hooligans, which are thought to be targeting the tournament. The estimated...

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Hong Kong tycoons to go on trial over corruption case

Following fraud investigations by some of the leading corporate investigators in Hong Kong, two billionaire property developers could now be facing prison time in what has developed as the biggest corruption...

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Citigroup to Fire More Staff after $400 million fraud in Mexico Unit

It has emerged that New York-based bank Citigroup is likely to fire more employees, after a $400 million fraud case was discovered at their Mexico unit last month. One employee has already been released...

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