Monthly Archives: November 2017

RKN Global on Internet Auction Fraud

Internet auction fraud has been around almost as long as auction websites have. It can involve unscrupulous sellers and buyers who seem to be intent on stealing goods and money from people who simply want to make use of all an auction website has to offer.   Ronald Noble, founder of RKN Global, observes that […]

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RKN Global on Fake Charity Websites

Fake charity websites can often be quite difficult to spot, and may even be identical to authentic charitable sites that do what they can to raise money for those in need.   Ronald K. Noble, founder of RKN Global, draws attention to the fact that there may be an increase in fake charity websites as […]

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The Many Faces of Fraud

Corporate Fraud can involve a range of different activity. The perpetration of fraud can be quite complex, starting out as a small act, and continuing for months, maybe even years. Ronald K. Noble, founder of RKN Global, notes that the participants involved in corporate fraud may not have intended to commit just a few “small” […]

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Corruption and the Political Echelon: PACE

Pedro Agramunt recently resigned as President of PACE (The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe) amid an investigation into corruption and complaints about his visit to Syria with Russian MPs. PACE is Europe’s human rights watchdog, and members of the assembly called for Agramunt’s dismissal after a claim that some of its members did […]

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Three Billion Accounts: The Scope of Yahoo’s Data Breach

Yahoo, the veteran web service provider founded more than 20 years ago, recently reported that three billion user accounts were affected by a hack that dated back to 2013. The global company, which was taken over by Verizon Communications in early 2017, has clarified that the breach was much worse than was previously thought. RKN […]

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