Global wave / Japan anti-money laundering / Cybercrimes in 2018

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A global anti-corruption wave (opinion).  "When other countries like Saudi Arabia and China are achieving quick results, Pakistan's accountability process makes us look like a country where no one is serious about our national wealth and doomed economy."

Shaheen Sehbai/Daily Times: https://dailytimes.com.pk/154939/global-anti-corruption-wave/


Japan to strengthen money-laundering guidelines.  Japan will issue new guidelines against money laundering in an effort to prevent funds from getting into the hands of terrorist and criminal organizations and to shake its reputation as weak on dirty money.

Anti-Corruption Digest: https://anticorruptiondigest.com/anti-corruption-news/2017/12/09/japan-to-strengthen-money-laundering-guidelines/?utm_source=Anti%20Corruption%20Digest&utm_campaign=ACD%20RSS%20Feed&utm_medium=twitter&utm_content=anti_digest%20


Fake news, cybercrimes to gain more ground in 2018.  Cybercrimes – digital extortion, data scams, and fabricated content – are expected to gain more ground in 2018, predicts Trend Micro.

Keb Cuevas/Rappler; https://www.rappler.com/technology/news/190574-ransomware-fake-news-trend-micro-prediction-2018?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=technology

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