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Data Protection →
Concerns violations of data protection laws and regulations for the protection of personal data. This includes in particular cases in which a large number or particularly sensitive data are affected. Examples for this are: 
  • the unlawful disclosure of trade and business secrets
  • the misuse of data 
  • insufficient access protection to sensitive data

Corruption →
Corruption is the abuse of a certain trust position. It can occur for example for permits, personal details and awarding of contracts. The abuse consists in obtaining advantages that are not legally entitled. 
Discrimination and bullying →
Discrimination refers to the disadvantage or degradation of groups or individuals based on certain values. This can be due to unreflected, sometimes unconscious attitudes, prejudices or emotional associations also occur. Bullying or bullying as a sociological term, describes psychological violence, which is defined by the repeated and regular, predominantly emotional bullying, tormenting and hurting a single person by a group of people or by an individual. 
Money laundering →
Money laundering includes any activity in which criminally generated proceeds are funnelled into and through the financial circuit to be subsequently channeled into a legal-looking activity. Money laundering aims to ensure that it remains unknown at all times that criminal assets are involved. 
Unethical behaviour →
In business life, we are confronted with criminal behaviour again and again: with theft, embezzlement or fraud, corruption, but also with money laundering and competition offences. Criminal behaviour violates laws, contracts and regulations. And it is unethical.
Here is an example: accepting a large gift from a client is clearly unethical. Corruption is difficult to prove in this case. A majority would consider it improper - even though it is not illegal. Generally speaking, "You don't do that". It violates the moral norms we widely accept: it is unethical.