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Astoria, NY
Reporter, Corruption Currents — Wall Street Journal

WSJ reporter; opinions are my own. Also tweeting at @WSJRisk. Stories here http://t.co/qux1rnvWph. Shalom to all my fans; salute to all my haters.

Indonesia Dropped from Money Laundering Blacklist

blogs.wsj.com — The Financial Action Task Force, an international body that sets standards for anti-money laundering and combating terrorist financing, said Indonesia is no longer on its blacklist.

Corruption Currents: Trinidad Receives Extradition Papers for Jack Warner

blogs.wsj.com — A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk & compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here . Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk. Bribery: Trinidad & Tobago received extradition papers from the U.S.

Corruption Currents: Shroedinger’s Blatter

blogs.wsj.com — A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk & compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here . Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk.

Easier U.S. Stance on Terrorist Ransoms Hindered by Bank Risks

blogs.wsj.com — Despite President Barack Obama's announcement of a more relaxed position on the payment of ransoms by families to free hostages from terrorists, risks to banks and other intermediaries complicate that plan, legal experts say.

Unwinding Iran Sanctions is a ‘Fairly Complicated Process’

blogs.wsj.com — Danforth Newcomb, a partner at Shearman & Sterling, talked with Risk & Compliance Journal about the process of unwinding sanctions on Iran, should a deal be reached.

New European Rules Will Force Corporate Transparency

blogs.wsj.com — The Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive, requires EU member states to adopt the directive into their own national laws within two years, and all companies subject to the directive have to comply with it by June 26, 2017.

Corruption Currents: Hackers Stole U.S. Government Workers’ Sex Secrets

blogs.wsj.com — A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk & compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here . Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk.

The Morning Risk Report: Astros Hack Exposes Sports Cyber Risk

blogs.wsj.com — The sports world is a "natural target" for cyberattacks, and teams are realizing that "reliance on the leagues is not enough" for securing private data, said Jason Bonk, a partner in the defense and internal investigations team at law firm Cozen O'Connor.

U.S. Puts Sanctions on Taliban Member, Colombian Crime Financiers

blogs.wsj.com — The U.S. Department of Treasury placed sanctions on an alleged senior Taliban member and separately targeted four Colombian financiers.

Corruption Currents: Bank of China to Cooperate in Italy Probe

blogs.wsj.com — A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk & compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here . Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk.
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Jun 29, 2015

RT @Kia_Mak: DOJ on Ferguson police response: dogs used recklessly, tear gas without warnings, scoping crowds through rifle sights stltoday.com/news/local/art…

Jun 29, 2015

RT @attackerman: Every Supreme Court justice should have an "Only God Can Judge Me" tattoo.

Jun 29, 2015

the bar across the street from my bedroom is playing "Say it Ain't So"

Jun 29, 2015

RT @brianstelter: Day's best news for news junkies: @CNNI, the version of CNN you see outside the U.S., is now available in the U.S. cnn.it/1BRDvmU

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