Online giants such as Facebook, Google and Twitter should be forced to pay compensation to people duped by scammers operating on their sites, MPs have suggested.
A report by the Treasury Committee said it was “easy for fraudsters” to place rogue adverts on social media and other internet platforms because they were not legally required to verify advertisers’ backgrounds.
It comes amid an “alarming” rise in fraud and other financial crimes in the UKRetail and personal care services, which the government is failing to do enough to stopThe U.S. was ramping up. By March 13, the committee warnedThere were no new vaccines delivered t.
Online giants criticised for profiting from anti-scam adverts
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