Category: Governance

Elections Quebec warns of fraudulent calls and texts circulating for today’s vote

Agency says some people have received automated calls saying election is postponed.

How France created the metric system

It is one of the most important developments in human history, affecting everything from engineering to international trade to political systems.

Disrupting the supply chain: What happens to the black market when cannabis becomes legal?

The National Post spoke to people involved in the black market — from growers and dispensaries to a pot lounge owner — to find out what they plan to do on Oct. 17

Data firm hit with first ever GDPR notice!

A Canadian analytics firm that worked for Vote Leave has received the UK's first formal notice under a key data law, the UK's data protection watchdog has confirmed.

Broken backups: Why backup alone isn’t enough to ensure business continuity

Determining your risk profile is the first step when it comes to improving how your business backs up data.

Why compliance is a business enabler, not a hindrance

Compliance isn’t just a bureaucratic nuisance. When done properly, it can contribute greatly to the strategic governance of the overall organization.

Amazon investigating employees leaking data for bribes

Employees, through intermediaries, would be offering internal data to help merchants increase their sales on the website.

Most countries ignore Anti-Foreign Bribery laws

A new report by Transparency International suggests foreign bribery is alive and well.

The future of work: Are you ready for smart Cobots?

What if robots didn't take the place of humans, but worked alongside them? That's precisely the reality when cobots—collaborative robots—are added to the workforce.

India: Welcome changes to Anti-Corruption law

Criminalising bribe-giving and time-bound trial are among measures introduced in the amended law.

Impact of Bribery Act to be considered in UK review

A UK parliamentary committee is to review the impact of the Bribery Act.

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