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Mary J. Ruwart Ph.D. Sep 17
Because most of what government does (, ) involves first-strike force against its peaceful citizens, it rarely, if ever, makes things better for them. Instead, like the Midas touch in reverse, it usually wreaks havoc especially on the disadvantaged.
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Pearse English 18m
Replying to @IanBlackfordMP
What more can we expect from unregulated papers who in the name of a mob culture Brexit, threat, abuse and shout down decent people fighting for democracy in demonstrating that those who hold power are abusing it. Disgraceful
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Rando[M]achine 20m
If a ceiling beyond a worry of a hesitantly examining digital perfectly throws a stirred cage towards a tendencies, then the distinction between human and machine is a deviating ideal crashes.
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Bobby Casey 28s
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Springwell Leeds Academy Sep 17
North site Primary Pod Regulation Zone has a staggering completion time of 41 seconds achieved by this young man! Can the South site or the East site beat this?
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BitcoinVN Sep 19
The team of BitcoinVN was proud to participate in this week's event by 's Ministry of Justice on the upcoming industry and provide our experience-based input
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Mary Wang 11h
Replying to @marywangCM
BTW, China has a on the management of human materials and data, it became active 1 July 2019. It covers all aspects of collection, storage, use and sharing.
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MetaMorphOsis 4h
Yup nothing like industry policing industry - take for example - was one crash enough NOOOoooooooooo they had to kill double the casualties double the carnage for Boeing to be held accountable - defs going to be blow back on this America is tanking
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Dr William McKibbin Sep 20
Cryptocurrencies need more utility, not more regulation -- the onus is on developers, not regulators...
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Bank for International Settlements Sep 16
Regulators can foster the rise of in finance without giving up on well-established principles
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ComplianceMngrOnline Sep 19
RT PlanetComplianc: Hey osafo_mark, Thank you for the follow!
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Fide Fundación Sep 19
Yesterday concluded the 2019 , which focused on the challenges and opportunities that surround and in the , emphasising on ( / ) and . We wish to thank all the speakers and participants!
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Patrick Gregoire 2h
Demonstrating compliance amid the increasing number of laws, regulations, and standards can be a real challenge. Our software helps thousands of users like you to thrive in highly regulated environment.
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Kay F Godfredsen Sep 20
I’m looking forward to joining this group of and with at to discuss how and converge.
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NSBarristers'Society Sep 20
As a member of the Society’s Code of Ethics Committee, Professor Richard Devlin contributed to the Federation of Law Societies of Canada’s Model Code of Professional Conduct, as well as Nova Scotia’s Code.
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Andrew Simpson Sep 20
Banks don’t need more detailed , Danish Governor says
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RWA Insight Sep 19
Criminal records checks under SM&CR – what you need to know:
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Finance Magnates 16h
SEC sues ICOBox over unregistered $14m ICO
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Neira Jones 18h
White House Chief Technology Officer on Regulating
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Panos Delimatsis Sep 20
⁩ annual retreat in full swing with various research presentations by TILEC members
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