Article preview: Twitter and Facebook have taken decisive action to curb incitement from US President Donald Trump, temporarily suspending his accounts on both platforms. But should the social media giants do more to help prevent pension and investment scams? Giving evidence to the Work and Pensions Select Committee of MPs, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has called on tech companies to do more when it comes to curb online scams.
As online fraud increases, five tips to stay safe online
This 892-word blog post looks at some of the evidence given to the Work and Pensions Select Committee of MPs as they seek to understand the rise in online financial fraud. The blog post also includes five tips for avoiding financial scams. Written on 7th January 2021.
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