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Thomson Reuters Leak on over 2 million records of People & Firms they say are Questionable

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Thomson Reuters Leak on over 2 million records of People & Firms they say are Questionable

Post by Lobo on Thu 11 Aug 2016, 1:16 pm


There has been a major leak of a list of “suspected” people who maybe criminals with links to profiles individuals and businesses suspected of ties to organised crime and terrorism. This leak online has serious implications and was the result of  a list which emerged from a Thomson-Reuters who has engaged in a due diligence claimed service called World-Check. The question about the validity of such a service certainly involves privacy concerns. There is also some serious implications that if they claim someone has some connection to anything, is this true or not and does this prevent someone from doing business to renting an apartment. What are the sources of their information? All of this comes into question.
https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/markets-by-sector/technology/thomson-reuters-leak-on-over-2-million-records-of-people-firms-they-say-are-questionable/

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