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There are two million cases of online fraud each year - but just one in five are reported to the police. Victims are sometimes too embarrassed to make a complaint, a House of Commons inquiry has warned.
A convicted money launderer has paid back the remaining amount of his confiscation order after he was warned he would go back to prison if he failed to pay.
A former netball official who stole tens of thousands of pounds from her organisation has been ordered to pay back £250.
Britain’s biggest banks are failing to tackle the £10bn impact of online fraud, the Public Accounts Committee has declared.
The Home Office, to bring greater transparency around the Prevent programme, recently released data on individuals referred to and supported by Prevent from April 2015 to March 2016.
The government has proposed additional safeguards around the power granted to police by the Investigatory Powers Act, but the Open Rights Group and Liberty say they do not go far enough
The government is drawing up plans to scale back senior police officers' surveillance powers in response to last year's ruling by the European Court of Justice making bulk collection of people's internet browsing data illegal.
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A man who underwent restorative justice with a former employee who stole £150,000 from his company has praised the process which helped him to feel “that justice had worked”.
A Nottinghamshire man who was conned out of £200,000 is bravely sharing his story in a bid to prevent other people from falling victim to online fraud.
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