UK Moves Forward With Online Regulation Of Social Media

UK Moves Forward With Online Regulation Of Social Media New UK Law To Regulate Social Media & Search Engines A SCARS Special Report British Government Considers Punishment For Causing ‘Psychological Harm’ Through Online Abuse To Accomplish This It Involves New Regulations On Social Media & Search Engines Online “trolls” could face two years in prison for messages or content that cause “psychological harm” as the British government considers new legislation [...]

UK Proposed A New Cybercrime Fighting Force!

UK Proposed A New Cybercrime Fighting Force! An Advocacy Spotlight Presented by SCARS UK Proposes Fraud/Scam Law Enforcement Shake-Up Changes to the way in which fraud, cyber and online crime is monitored and enforced in England and Wales have been proposed by the UK government The proposals include replacing Action Fraud with an improved national fraud and cybercrime reporting system within the National Crime Agency (NCA); strengthening the NCA [...]

The Silent Threat – The Impact of Fraud on UK National Security – a SCARS Special Report

The Silent Threat - The Impact of Fraud on UK National Security By Helena Wood, Tom Keatinge, Keith Ditcham, and Ardi Janjeva A SCARS Special Report A U.K. Government Think Tank Research Paper Presented by SCARS for Public Discussion FRAUD AGAINST UK citizens, businesses and the UK public purse has reached epidemic levels – it is the ‘volume crime of our time’. Extracted from the report (U.K. English) [...]