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Panama Ship Registry grows by 9.6% in three years

Seatrade Maritime News 11 Aug 2022
Panama Canal new tolls approved from Jan 2023 ... The Panama Maritime Authority has initiated a series of meetings with the Panama Maritime Law Association (PMLA) for the revision and update of Law 57, one of the legal frameworks on which the administration of the Panamanian fleet is based.
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Whack-a-mole

Dawn 09 Aug 2022
Perhaps with as much alacrity as all the parties had displayed to give an extension to the army chief one winter, the PDM made changes to the NAB law ... And for the PML-N, Panama came along as well as an iqama and the Black’s Law Dictionary ... The details, as in the case of Panama, are only of relevance to the ones in the firing line.
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Q2 2022 Recap: Bitcoin Adoption Notable Events

Cex 08 Aug 2022
Panama tries to give crypto legal status. In April 2022, the National Assembly of Panama passed a bill allowing for the private and public use of crypto assets, including the option to pay taxes with cryptocurrencies ... Although Panama’s crypto law recognizes these cryptocurrencies, they won’t be legal tender per se.
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OPINION: Another Assembly Boondoggle

MENA FN 31 Jul 2022
(MENAFN - Newsroom Panama) Citizen pressure forced the Government to present, before the National Assembly, the abolition of the laws that allow 100% tax benefits for tourism projects developed ... .
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40 Companies In Line For $1.5 Billion Tax Bonus

MENA FN 31 Jul 2022
(MENAFN - Newsroom Panama) Some 40 hotel projects were lined up to take advantage of two laws approved by the government of Laurentino Cortizo, which require the State, to reimburse investors all ... .
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0-Days Sold By Austrian Firm Used To Hack Windows Users, Microsoft Says

Slashdot 29 Jul 2022
Longtime Slashdot reader HnT shares a report from Ars Technica ... Targets of the attacks observed to date include law firms, banks, and strategic consultancies in countries such as Austria, the UK, and Panama, although those aren't necessarily the countries in which the DSIRF customers who paid for the attack resided ... .
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Microsoft finds hackers using unknown Windows security flaws

TechRadar 28 Jul 2022
In a blog post, Microsoft claims that an Austrian company posing as a risk analysis and business intelligence service provider is in fact, a spyware developer responsible for Subzero, malware used against endpoints belonging to law firms, banks, and consultancy firms in the UK, Austria, and Panama.
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Microsoft catches spyware group that used Windows bugs to target law firms, banks, other customers

International Business Times 28 Jul 2022
The Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) and the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) found that the spyware developer -- officially named DSIRF and codenamed KNOTWEED -- developed a spyware called 'Subzero' that was used to target law firms, banks, and consultancy firms in the UK, Austria and Panama ... Also Read. Technology ... Cybersecurity.
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Cottonwood man convicted on federal sex charges

Dothan Eagle 27 Jul 2022
In May 2021, investigators from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Panama City Beach Police Department, Walton County Sheriff’s Office, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and Homeland Security Investigations conducted an undercover online operation to identify individuals seeking to engage in sexual activity with minors.
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Microsoft says it caught an Austrian spyware group using previously unknown Windows exploits

The Verge 27 Jul 2022
... codename KNOTWEED — made spyware known as Subzero that was used to target law firms, banks, and consultancy firms in the UK, Austria, and Panama, Microsoft said.
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Microsoft says Austrian firm behind spyware targeting law firms, banks

FX Empire 27 Jul 2022
... intrusions at banks, law firms and strategic consultancies in at least three countries ... “Observed victims to date include law firms, banks, and strategic consultancies in countries such as Austria, the United Kingdom, and Panama,” the post said, without identifying the victims.
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FCC targeting phone service providers to stop robocalls

Emporia Gazette 25 Jul 2022
The calls are coming from Roy Cox, Jr., Aaron Michael Jones, their Sumco Panama companies, and international associates ... The enforcement bureau has ordered all voice service providers to take all necessary steps to avoid carrying robocall traffic from the Cox/Jones/Sumco Panama operation ... Blackfeet law enforcement.
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Shamshera box office collection day 1: Shows cancelled, Ranbir Kapoor’s comeback film tanks with lower ...

Indian Express 23 Jul 2022
Panama Papers ... Why Goa has tightened the law on changing one’s name or ... Why Goa has tightened law on changing one's name, surname ... Whistleblowers behind Panama Papers, Uber Files; Derek O’Brien on why TMC is abstaining from VP polls ... Panama Papers.
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Delhi: Dispute between transgender individuals and police escalates at Dwarka

Indian Express 23 Jul 2022
Credit card on UPI. NPCI in talks with banks for pilot. ‘Each woman can create 10 jobs. One mn = 10 mn jobs’. Explained . Panama Papers. The Whistleblowers ... Why Goa has tightened the law on changing one’s name or ... I have asked my officers to engage them in constructive dialogue and not to take the law in their hands ... HC ... Panama Papers ... Panama Papers.
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Vandalism outside Delhi CM Kejriwal house: Police present protest footage as key evidence, file chargesheet ...

Indian Express 23 Jul 2022
Panama Papers ... Why Goa has tightened the law on changing one’s name or ... “Repeated announcements were made to appeal to the protesters to maintain law and order… and permission being rejected, but they did not pay heed… In this way, ... Panama Papers ... Panama Papers.

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