[…] a controller-processor agreement which would govern the data processing performed by the node. This doesn’t sound like a feasible solution. Although decentralized transaction processing employed by blockchain systems removes the vulnerabilities commonly exploited in centralized data repositories, it appears to be at odds with the GDPR logic. The network of nodes, each keeping a […]
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[…] C to each DPA, (Appendix B to Noble’s NPA) is the DOJ’s most current views on the minimum best practices of a FCPA compliance program. 7. RAE Systems, Inc.–companies are fully liable for their joint ventures actions and that even with actual knowledge of FCPA violations, conduct during the DOJ investigation can result in […]
[…] it’s just good drama,” the Wall Street Journal said. The article said “dramas surprise Chinese audiences because the story line contrasts with crowing from Western nations that their systems of government represent integrity,” the WSJ said. ___________ Richard L. Cassin is the publisher and editor of the FCPA Blog. He can be contacted here. https://fcpablog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Screen-Shot-2014-06-17-at-12.37.28-PM.png
[…] and similar, Ensure that a robust and integrated business continuity plan is created and regularly exercised in order to mitigate business risks, and Ensure the security of systems, data and people through comprehensive security processes and tools, aligned to customer and RNAM and telco/ICT industry standards. . . . Continue Reading . . . […]
[…] intended to secure contracts to supply high-tech items — including third-party underwater mapping and bomb containment equipment, helicopter parts, chemical detectors, satellite communication parts and air tracking systems. Their trial is pending. In December 2008, Siemens’ guilty plea to FCPA books and records violations involved Vietnam. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s complaint (download the […]
[…] for the nature of the organisation’s risks, without prejudice to the specific rules for different types of organ isa tions that are likely to shape internal whistleblowing systems. The system must make it possible for whistleblowers to make good faith reports and ensure that they are protected. 55. The system may be managed within […]
Paris-based compliance consultancy Compliance For Good has translated the DOJ’s June 2020 Guidance for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs. The unofficial translation includes both English and French and can be downloaded here. Our thanks to Cecilia Fellouse-Guenkel, founder and manager of Compliance For Good, for making this resource available to our readers. Christ […]
Mexico City-based law firm Litigio Estratégico y Compliance has updated the Spanish translation of the DOJ’s June 2020 Guidance for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.
The DOJ released the first version of its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs in 2017. That document (with its 2019 and 2020 updates) completed the chief compliance officer’s amazing transformation from part-time generalist to today’s highly specialized “super executive.” How did it happen, and why?
The Ethics and Reputation Society of Turkey has translated the DOJ’s June 2020 Guidance for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.