April 14, 2021

China: Government launches nationwide security inspection and correction campaign for Big Data applications

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By Samuel Yang, Yang Chen – AnJie Law Firm From ILO The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) recently launched a nationwide security inspection and correction campaign regarding Big Data applications in China.(1) This campaign is one of a series of network security inspection projects launched by the MPS on 1 June 2018, which target: key […]

UK Met Police ordered to pay Human Rights Act damages

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By Katarina Sydow Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers Police ordered to pay Human Rights Act damages for failure to conduct an adequate investigation into allegations of rape In a decision handed down on 23 July 2014, the High Court has found that the Metropolitan Police Service (“MPS”) must pay damages of £22,250 and £19,000 respectively to […]

Operation Tempura UK Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) disclosure

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Freedom of Information Request I note you seek access to the following information: It was revealed that MPS had written off £19,492.66 in expenses incurred by officers involved in Operation Tempura in the Cayman Islands because the officers concerned had failed to keep proper records of their expenditure. I am requesting further information about this […]

UK’s Met police to be investigated and there are ties to Tempura

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When you read the following story it makes our own Operation Tempura pale in comparison. However, there is a connection with Tempura as a number of the police officers sent out by the Metropolitan Police (the Met) to the Cayman Islands for Tempura worked for CIB3 – the Anti-Corruption Squad of the Met. These included […]

The Editor Speaks: Just what ‘game’ is Bridger playing?

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Martin Bridger was the ‘scapegoat’ for the Operation Tempura fiasco that has already cost the Cayman public millions of dollars. Estimates vary from $15M to $30M!! However, as the man in charge, who made a very handsome salary and produced precisely nothing but great debt to the Cayman Islands, I for one have no sympathy […]