Topic: Surveillance

DOJ forces WhatsApp to disclose users’ locations

18 January 2022

EU banking regulator: de-risking is undermining financial crime efforts

The European Banking Authority has warned that EU authorities are losing opportunities to detect suspicious transactions because lenders are too eager to cut ties with risky customers.

06 January 2022

JPMorgan to settle US probe into messaging retention failures

14 December 2021

Australian politicians propose greater surveillance powers for tax agency

06 December 2021

FinCEN urges companies to report suspected environmental crimes

19 November 2021

FCA: companies may be missing signs of spoofing

17 November 2021

Ex-Dechert partner to settle ENRC spying lawsuit

Dechert’s former co-head of investigations and his wife are set to resolve a high-profile lawsuit they brought against Kazakh mining company ENRC for allegedly spying on them during  a Caribbean holiday.

01 November 2021

Hong Kong banks urged to tip off authorities for suspected national security law breaches

25 October 2021

FCA highlights powers to visit workers at home

13 October 2021

Singapore company denies links to alleged North Korea sanction breaches

Singapore-based energy trading company Winson Group has distanced itself from the findings of a UN report reviewing allegations that the company is a “key node” in the North Korean government’s illicit procurement of fuel.

06 October 2021

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