InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, April 14, 2022

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  1. Microsoft Facing Cloud-Based Antitrust Complaints in Italy, Denmark
    (PYMNTS, April 13th)
  2. Ocean Network Express goes all-in on AI with Google Cloud and Deloitte
    (Channel Asia, April 5th)
  3. Intelligence community navigating role of alerting public through information disclosures
    (Fed Scoop, April 13th)
  4. What Stanford research reveals about disinformation and how to address it
    (Stanford University, April 13th)
  5. Creating Harmony: What Cyber, Insurance Pros Can Learn from Music
    (Insurance Journal, April 13th)
  6. Can Big Tech Be Reined in Without Hurting Cybersecurity or Innovation?
    (Texas Signal, April 13th)
  7. DuckDuckGo Down-Ranks Russian Disinformation Sites, Going Against Unfiltered Searches Policy
    (Randolph-Macon College, April 12th)
  8. The SEC wants better corporate disclosures about hacks
    (CryptoSlate, April 15th 12:40 UTC)
  9. Cyber security firm warns of scams targeting donations for Ukraine
    (NHK World Japan, April 13th)
  10. Leaked documents show notorious ransomware group has an HR department, performance reviews and an ‘employee of the month’
    (CNBC, April 13th)
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