Friday, 12 July 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of this week's top news stories.

1. CPS cancels meeting on rape victims’ phone data due to legal action [via The Guardian]
2. DRC rebel commander ‘the Terminator’ convicted over war crimes [via The Guardian]
3. British Airways faces record £183m fine for data breach [via BBC News]
4. Pinsent Masons strikes ‘unique’ deal with litigation funder [via The Law Society Gazette]
5. Amazon Alexa offering NHS health advice [via BBC News]
6. UK watchdog plans to fine Marriott £99m [via BBC News]
7. Bankers sent home as Deutsche starts slashing jobs [via BBC News]
8. NRF hires the mind behind Barclays radical panel shake-up to launch legal ops consulting arm
9. Stephenson Harwood NQ salary raised to £75,000  
10. Automated facial recongition trials backed by home secretary [via BBC News] 
11. Thomas Cook in £750m rescue deal talks [via BBC News] 
12. Slaughter and May boost trainee grant to £10,000 [via The Law Society Gazette]

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