Fraud protection still moving 'at snail's pace', says WPC

Comes as Online Safety Bill joint committee chair warns of ‘Wild West online’

Hope William-Smith
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Fraud protection still moving 'at snail's pace', says WPC

More must be done to protect the public from financial scams while the parameters for formal regulation are still being debated, according to Work and Pensions Committee chair Stephen Timms.

A parliamentary debate yesterday (13 January) followed the release of the Online Safety Bill joint committee's report last month, which suggested paid-for adverts be included in the scope of the upcoming...

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