- Thursday, 17 October 2013 07:00
The International Chamber of Commerce’s International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has revealed that piracy on the world’s seas is at its lowest third-quarter level since 2006, but warns of the threat of continuing violent attacks off the East and West coasts of Africa.
ICC Fraudnet meet on November 7 and 8 2013 in São Paulo, Brazil at the Third Annual Conference on Fraud, Asset Recovery & Cross Border Insolvency
- Friday, 27 September 2013 07:41
ICC Fraudnet invites you to join the brightest minds and leading innovators in international asset recovery November 7 and 8 2013 in São Paulo, Brazil at the Third Annual Conference on Fraud, Asset Recovery & Cross Border Insolvency Cooperation, sponsored by ICC FraudNet and Schools of Public Attorneys and Magistrates of São Paulo.
- Monday, 16 September 2013 13:00
There has been large and on-going coverage of the leaks made by the NSA contractor Edward Snowden and the revelations regarding collection of huge amounts of telephony and internet data by the US and UK’s intelligence services. This has further escalated the debate about the over-reach of the intelligence services’ mandate in the “War on Terror”, its proportionality and its effect on privacy.
- Sunday, 08 September 2013 11:56
As the monsoon in the NW Indian Ocean begins to subside and the weather once again becomes conducive to the operation of small pirate skiffs, the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has urged Masters not to be complacent as they transit the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Aden.
- Monday, 15 July 2013 07:00
London, 15 July 2013 – Somali piracy has fallen to its lowest levels since 2006, focusing attention on violent piracy and armed robbery off the coast of West Africa, the International Chamber Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB)’s global piracy report revealed today.
- IMB advises continued vigilance as maritime piracy attacks decline
- CIB finds flaws in domain-removal process
- Piracy falls in 2012, but seas off East and West Africa remain dangerous, says IMB
- Vessel's crew released after nearly three years in captivity off Somalia
- IMB warns against fake cargo tracking websites