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Mis/disinfo the most acute upcoming business risk

ANALYSIS: Mistaken information, deep fakes, and deceitful, orchestrated campaigns have destroyed trust in governments and media – but business can also be its target.

WATCH: Marsh McLennan (Pacific) executive chair David Bidmead speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Mon, 20 May 2024

On April 13 this year, a very troubled young Australian called Joel Cauchi entered a crowded shopping centre near Bondi Junction and stabbed 17 people, 14 of them women, killing six.

The incident was a shocker for Australia, and when Shoeshine was there roughly a week later, the news was still

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