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WHISTLING AT THE FAKE
INTERNATIONAL FINAL CONFERENCE
Mal- Mis- Disinformation and the Role of Whistleblowers

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Day 1 - Session 3 - 5th of May 2022

Disinformation and the Corporate World

Interactive Table of Contents
 
 

  • Panel Introduction: Stephen Holden

  • Presentation 1: Cleander Yu 
    “A lesson from Cambridge Analytica: How to avoid the social media trap?

  • Presentation 2: Bianca Oprea
    Corporate disinformation and the environment: the Volkswagen emissions scandal

  • Presentation 3: Celia Mokhtari
    Suppression of information to cover corporate harmful operations: The Takata case

Suggested Citation
 

APA: [Speaker's surname, initial(s)] (2022, May 5). Whistling at the Fake International Final Conference, Day 1 - Session 3, "Disinformation and the Corporate World", Video recording at [00:00]. Retrieved from https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/whistling-at-the-fake-fc-d1-s3

HARVARD: [Speaker's surname, initial(s)] (2022) Whistling at the Fake International Final Conference, Day 1 - Session 3, "Disinformation and the Corporate World". Video recording at [00:00]. Available at: https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/whistling-at-the-fake-fc-d1-s3

OSCOLA: [Speaker's name and surname] ‘Whistling at the Fake International Final Conference’, Day 1 - Session 3, "Disinformation and the Corporate World" (Corporate Crime Observatory, 5 May 2022), Video recording at [00:00], <https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/whistling-at-the-fake-fc-d1-s3>

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Chair - Stephen Holden

Stephen Holden is Senior Research Assistant for the Project "Whistling at the Fake" and he is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Law School of Manchester Metropolitan University. His research has a specific focus on empowering whistleblowing. He has also served as Research Assistant for the EU-funded project VIRTEU - Vat fraud: Interdisciplinary Research on Tax crimes in the European Union (Grant Agreement no: 878619). Having achieved an LLB (Hons) from the University of Lincoln, Stephen went on to complete a master’s degree in Law and Human Rights with distinction from the University of Kent. Stephen has extensive experience working within the public sector, including developing care pathways for mental health and elective care, and project management on a regional level within the NHS.

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Cleander Yu
A lesson from Cambridge Analytica: How to avoid the social media trap?

Cleander Yu is a National Committee on Accreditation candidate with the Federation of Law Societies of Canada, having recently achieved the LLM from Coventry University where he was awarded the Course Tutor's Prize for Overall Academic Achievement. In addition to contributing to the CSR and Business Ethics blog, Cleander takes particular interest in the ways law and policy operate within the spheres of business and human rights. 

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Bianca Maria Oprea
Corporate disinformation and the environment: the Volkswagen emissions scandal

Bianca Maria Oprea is a Labor and Social Relations Specialist at ENGIE Romania. She is responsible for maintaining the social dialogue with the trade unions and dealing with collective labor agreements and labor law matters. Bianca developed an interest in Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics during her LLM studies at Coventry University in the United Kingdom, where she received a distinction mark for her dissertation in the area of corporate crime.

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Celia Mokhtari
Suppression of information to cover corporate harmful operations: The Takata case

Originally from France, Celia Mokhtari holds a bachelor’s degree in law from Aix-Marseille University and an LLM in International Business from Coventry University. She is currently undertaking the LPC in the United Kingdom, is a Contributor to the CSR and Business Ethics blog, and has a particular focus on International Law and Human Rights. 

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