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Harry Cassin
Publisher and Editor

Andy Spalding
Senior Editor

Jessica Tillipman
Senior Editor

Bill Steinman
Senior Editor

Richard L. Cassin
Editor at Large

Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro
Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox
Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn
Contributing Editor

Bill Waite
Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah
Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets
Contributing Editor

Richard Bistrong
Contributing Editor

Eric Carlson
Contributing Editor

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How to retrieve work-related WhatsApp messages in a bribery investigation

[…] and proactive steps companies can take to best preserve their ability to access and review this data in the event of an investigation.  Challenges faced (focusing on WhatsApp and iPhones) Deleted WhatsApp / text messages: If the user deletes their WhatsApp messages (or app), it is unlikely that their employer can retrieve the messages […]

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Can any compliance officer overcome the encryption problem?

[…] itself can’t break into iPhones equipped with it. Only the correct set of fingerprints or passcode can unlock the device. Communications apps are using encryption too. Facebook-owned WhatsApp quietly enabled end-to-end encryption for all users by default last week. An in-depth explanation of end-to-end encryption can be found in WhatsApp’s security document. Essentially it […]

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Compliance is even more important when no one is watching

Most of us feel like we are in Teams and Zoom calls all day long, so it might sound silly if I talk about those times of the day when no one is watching. But there are those times.  Knowing everyone has those moments, how do we motivate employees to do the right thing when […]

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Practice Alert: Legal issues in corporate investigations in times of lockdown

[…] investigation-related issues and the legal position on them: Interviews Because of social distancing, interviews during internal investigations are being conducted remotely with tools such as Zoom and Skype. Under Indian law, there is no requirement for the interviews to be conducted in person. Legally, it is important to demonstrate that in an internal investigation, […]

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I was tested for Covid-19 at a drive-through center

[…] encourage all of my colleagues to remember that it’s never too late to reach out to anyone who’s part of your network. By a phone call, by skype or zoom, just to say, “How are you today?” That’s probably the least, and the most, we can do for each other right now. Stay safe. […]

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If transparency is so great, why do transparency groups keep so many secrets?

[…] groups and organizations that regularly publish leaks, you’ll find that many of them strongly encourage potential leakers and informants to use hyper-secure messaging apps like Signal or Telegram. That’s not very transparent. There are two likely reasons for this: They want to guard the safety of their sources, and they don’t want their internal […]

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Lankford and Hussain: New DOJ enforcement policy takes aim at messaging apps

[…] email servers are slow, employees may use personal Gmail accounts to get through more quickly. If the company doesn’t offer an internal messaging app, employees may use Skype to chat with a workmate down the hall rather than individually sending, opening, and deleting hundreds of short emails. Employees may find it more reliable to […]

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Facebook: Perfect for selfies, likes…arms trafficking and bribery?

[…] a sobering one. Facebook Messenger currently has 900 million monthly active users. Facebook isn’t the only one. Users can send money through nearly every chat app, including WhatsApp, Line, WeChat, and others. WeChat even offers a special payment system for Red Packets during Chinese New Year. During the 2016 Chinese New Year celebrations, 8 […]

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OECD to France: When will enforcement start?

[…] or Foreign Affairs to heighten awareness of foreign bribery, the French authorities pointed out that (in addition to a new one-hour training module for diplomats): “ diplomatic telegram is sent each year to all diplomatic and consular stations, reminding them of France’s obligations to combat bribery and corruption and make them aware of the […]

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