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Crystal Concise April 2022

Here’s a snapshot from the Crystal team of some of the highlights and points of note for finance and corporate comms pros from around the jurisdictions and media world this past month…

- Asia Pacific: in an advanced but contentious form of mass communication, the Chinese authorities used drones to push messages out to citizens during lockdown situations last month

- Transparent sanctions reporting: authorities in various IFCs including the Cayman Islands and Jersey made commitments to report levels of assets frozen through international sanctions as the war in Ukraine continued

- Luxembourg: a collaboration between the University of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg government announced last month will see a focus on using super advanced ‘quantum computing’ to accelerate the country’s ability to manage digital data securely, address cybersecurity threats and support its position as a state of the art communications hub within the EU

- Channel Islands: it was all change on the business editor front at Jersey and Guernsey’s print newspapers, with Ian Heath moving on from the Jersey Evening Post and Will Green leaving the Guernsey Press

- Social Media: in a month where the big news revolved around a certain investor in Twitter, elsewhere Microsoft published its performance update, which included the claim that LinkedIn was experiencing record levels of engagement as well as increased revenues


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