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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 18 Sep 2023

It's all in the detail: An update on the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Draft Bill

Following the publication of the draft Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill in May 2023, the Government invited the Home Affairs Select Committee…
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Doughty Street Chambers | United Kingdom | 4 Jul 2023

The Freedom to Hate

On 15 March 2019, Brenton Tarrant entered two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. He murdered 51 Muslim worshippers. His stated aim was to kill…
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MAMO TCV Advocates | Malta | 4 Jul 2023

AML Insights 1 - Politically Exposed Persons

Politically exposed persons (or “PEPs”) are individuals who have been entrusted with a prominent public function. Regulation 2 of the Prevention of…
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Crowell & Moring LLP | USA | 23 May 2023

SCOTUS Rejects Claims that Twitter, Google, and Others Aided and Abetted International Terrorism

Can a technology company be found liable for allegedly aiding and abetting terrorism based on a terrorist organization’s use of the company’s general…
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Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia | Australia | 3 Feb 2023

What is a ‘Terrorist Act’?

Terrorism is a serious issue on a global scale. The threat of terrorism remains extremely high despite the counter-terrorism legislation around the…
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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Global, etc. | 18 Jan 2023

Financial crime: key compliance updates (6 – 18 Jan)

US OFAC increases civil penalties to align with inflation, the UK FCA fines two bank subsidiaries for AML failures, and a security business’s CFO pleads guilty to impersonating auditors – plus other key updates.
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Sydney Criminal Lawyers | Australia | 16 Jan 2023

Terrorism-Related Offences: Entering or Remaining in a Declared Area

A woman is facing court over allegations she entered and remained in parts of Syria that were off-limits to Australians at the time. It is alleged…

Sydney Criminal Lawyers | Australia | 9 Dec 2022

Knowingly getting funds to, from or for a terrorist organisation

Knowingly getting funds to, from or for a terrorist organisation is an offence under section 102.6(1) of the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth) which…
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Cozen O'Connor | USA | 8 Dec 2022

27 AGs Urge Supreme Court to Limit Tech Companies’ Immunity

A bipartisan group of 27 AGs submitted amicus briefing to the U.S. Supreme Court in Gonzalez v. Google LLC, urging a narrow interpretation of…
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Jones Day | USA | 27 Oct 2022

First Corporate Anti-Terrorism Act Prosecution Marks Expansion of U.S. Counterterrorism Efforts

In October 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ" or "Department") announced a guilty plea in its first-ever corporate "material support"…
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