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Chris Uhlmann, the political editor of the government-funded Australian Broadcasting Corporation, described Trump as “isolated and friendless” at the G20 leaders’ summit, and said his disastrous foreign policy had “pressed fast-forward on the decline of the United States”.
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Ronald Reagan once famously quipped that the nine most terrifying words in the English language are ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help’.
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CEDA, June 2017. The cyber security discussion has moved from the server room to the board room, from delivery to resilience, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, Alastair MacGibbon has told a CEDA audience in Sydney. Speaking at the Organisational risk in an era of cyber threats event, Mr MacGibbon said there were three clear events which had helped shift the discussion. “The first happened in August last year which was the failure of our census,” he said. When you look back at it, it was actually quite a minor matter…in the sense that it was a series of very minor denial of service attacks and it was the Australian Bureau of Statistics choosing to take that site offline. “But if you have a look at the reaction both politically and publicly to those events, it was quite a significant turning point for government.
The Undeniable Pattern Of Russian Hacking Moon of Alabama
Russians Are Said to Be Suspects in Nuclear Site HackingsBloomberg. Sourcing: “current and former U.S. officials.” See above.Under Trump, U.S.-Russian Relations Hit New Low Foreign Policy. The deck is rich: “Amid a new ‘Red Scare,’ officials fear any contact with Moscow.” Mission accomplished!
World Economic Forum, 30/6/17. Blockchain's ability to generate unprecedented opportunities to create and trade value in society will lead to a generational shift in the Internet's evolution, from an Internet of Information to a new generation Internet of Value. The key to enabling this transition is the formation of a multistakeholder consensus around how the technology functions, its current and potential applications and how to create the regulatory, cultural and organizational conditions for it to succeed.
“And somehow it ends up on the Internet.” Agency, trust and risks in photo-sharing among friends and romantic partners by Rebecca Venema, Katharina Lobinger, First Monday, Volume 22, Number 7 – 3 July 2017.
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Tax Justice Annual Conference 2017, 5-6 July: Final Programme
- Professional Competition in Global Tax Reform: Tax Transparency in Global Wealth Chains
- Give us a break: The impact of tax holidays on developing countries
- Beneficial Ownership of Companies – G20 High Level Principles – A Paper Tiger?
- Taking Tax To The Global Level: Combining Southern Initiatives To Create A World Basic Income
- How Oxfam identified the world’s worst corporate tax havens
- Legal and Institutional Responses to Profit Shifting by Mining Multinationals in South Africa, Zambia, and Tanzania
- Tax competition in R&D policies: how Patent Boxes in industrialized countries promote a race to the bottom
- Uncovering Offshore Financial Centers: Conduits and Sinks in the Global Corporate Ownership Network
- Airport-linked special economic zones, aerotropolis projects and the race to the bottom
- Premier League: Rangers tax case verdict means clubs could face tax bills
- The revolution of automatic exchange of information: How is the information utilised and what are the impacts?
- Blacklisting of ‘tax havens’ and evolution of policy approaches in 9 Latin American countries. Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, El Salvado, Peru, Nicaragua and Honduras
- Norway 'voluntary' tax scheme
- Norway's 'Voluntary' Tax Plan Brings In Just $1325
- Biz coalition urges senators to keep interest deduction
- Ten ways HMRC can tell if you're a tax cheat
- We can spot terrorists by bank activity, says May
- Lottery rigging accomplice used payout for offshore tax scam
- Texas Business Owner Sentenced to Prison for Not Paying Approximately $18 Million in Employment Taxes
- A brutal lesson for multinationals: golden tax deals can come back and bite you
- HMRC ups requests to foreign governments for tax evasion assistance
- The Netherlands: Europe's under-the-radar tax haven
- Multinationals benefit hugely from Dutch tax haven deals, says NRC
- This tax move has made a lot of real-estate investors rich
- Jeremy Corbyn: UK firms must pay more tax to fund better education
- FDI: 1.5 trillion of assets move through the British Virgin Islands
- France plans to cut corporation tax to 25% by 2022
- OECD reports 'major progress' on fairer international tax system
- OECD SECRETARY-GENERAL REPORT TO G20 LEADERS