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WHAT ARE THE PRIVACY IMPLICATIONS OF EXTENDING ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING LEGISLATION?

From Privacy to transparency: A paradigm shift

The right to privacy is essentially the freedom from intrusion by others in an individual’s personal life or affairs. Privacy is protected by law and is a basic, but not absolute, human right.

Privacy obligations also arise in, and can be varied by, contracts and other commercial and professional relationships. Total privacy does not exist as various laws, correctly, override the right.

 

In this article published RICS, Henry Brandts-Giesen considers the privacy implications of extending anti-money laundering legislation.

 

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