DEMAND GROWING FOR INSURANCE AGAINST ONLINE DEFAMATION

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AXA has turned to Swiss online service Silenccio for help protecting its 1.2 million clients against comments on social media that could damage its reputation. Dominique Kasper, AXA’s head of property and casualty in Switzerland, expects up to 200,000 clients will also buy cyber insurance in the next five to seven years.

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Demand growing for insurance against online defamation
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