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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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Why private security is important for the 2014 World Cup and beyond

The World Cup 2014 is fast approaching and in May the whole world will be looking to South America where Brazil will become the latest country to host this massive event. Not only that, but in two years’...

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IACC - Conflict International Protecting Brand Owners

Conflict International are now members of the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition (IACC) - a prestigious organisation which enables brand owners, lawyers and investigators alike to come together...

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How much privacy do we really have in the workplace?

Employees often take time at work for granted - particularly when distracted, it’s easy to end up sending personal emails and spending a lot of time on social media. While bad for productivity, these...

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Scammer jailed for fraud – sells fake BMW products

On 11th March as reported by Neil Edgell in an article on the BBC Bristol website, a 40 year-old from Oldland Common near Bristol, was sentenced to 20 months in prison for selling fake car accessories. Running...

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Law Commission recommends allowing pre-nuptial agreements

The Law Commission recommended that wealthy spouses to be allowed to protect their fortunes with prenuptial agreements which should be given full legal force in England and Wales. The Law Commission is...

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