Calls for Online Safety Bill to crackdown on scams grow louder

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Feeney: "There needs to be holistic and coordinated action and activities from the government."
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Feeney: "There needs to be holistic and coordinated action and activities from the government."

Quilter has called upon the government to take action to clamp down on the dramatic rise in investment scams over the past year by including these within the scope of the forthcoming Online Safety Bill.

In a letter to prime minister Boris Johnson and minister for digital and culture Oliver Dowden, Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney warned that the proposed solution to the problem, the Online Advertising...

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