Dutch govt plans new measures to fight phishing

Friday 23 August 2019 | 10:48 CET | News
The Dutch government plans to look at changes to the telecom law to make it easier for the regulator ACM to crack down on phishing, RTL Nieuws reports. This follows a recent increase in the practice of 'spoofing', where fraudsters pretend to be from a recognised bank or service provider. 

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