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The US Justice Department has adjusted its approach to holding individuals, and not only corporations, responsible for improper conduct.
Transparency International’s Defense & Security Program recently released for comment a draft version of the 2019 Questionnaire and Model Answer document for the third edition of its Defense Companies Anti-Corruption Index.
The Portuguese Data Protection National Commission has approved Regulation 1/2018, pursuant to Articles 35, no. 4 and 57, no. 1, k) of the GDPR, that provides a list of personal data processing activities that must be subject to a Data Protection Impact Assessment.
On November 27, 2018, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California issued a decision that is already being reported as one holding that a token is not a “security.”
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission recently announced that it will adopt new measures to protect the interests of investors in virtual asset portfolios or funds, and explore the potential regulation of virtual asset trading platforms.
PRC authorities have recently issued several national notices to repeal the employment permit and work authorization requirement for Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao residents (“HTM residents“) working in mainland China.
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) recently announced that it will adopt new measures to protect the interests of investors in virtual asset portfolios or funds, and explore the potential regulation of virtual asset trading platforms.
The long-awaited Myanmar Competition Commission (Commission) has been appointed. Notification 106/2018 of the Union Government released on 31 October 2018 appointed the various members of the Commission.