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Ten Exploits that Dae'sh / ISIS Use to Hack the World

Published March 2015 as a special issue of World Money Laundering Report (which see here) Ten Exploits that Dae'sh / ISIS Use to Hack the World explains how Da'esh / ISIS has been able to become such a global force in such a short time.

 

World Money Laundering Report Volume 13 Number 2

 

World Money Laundering Report Volume 13 Number 2 World Money Laundering Report Volume 13 Number 2 is published 9 June 2014

Free download for registered members expires 13 June 2014
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In this issue:

How not to be a money launderer & Sun Tzu and the Art of Litigation - reduced prices.

It's a new year and you should be happy.

So smile! There's been a pricing change on my two current books, How not to be a money launderer and Sun Tzu and the Art of Litigatation

Information for Nigel Morris-Cotterill's LinkedIn Contacts

Hi

I'm Nigel Morris-Cotterill, one of your contacts at LinkedIn. I'm Head, The Anti Money Laundering Network and I find LinkedIn to be full of "noise" from hundreds of "likes" of jobs, magazine articles, puzzles and games. And then there's the personal stuff which would be better placed on a social media site . By the time I plough through the junk that LinkedIn itself plants on my page, far too much of my time has been spent for no good reason and I lose interest in reading it. And if I'm mobile, the time that is valuable v the time that is wasted is heavily into negative territory.

And I'm quite sure you have exactly the same reaction.

So this is my solution......

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