Bill seals up e-crime loophole

Thursday, 23 March 2006, 2:03 AM EST

The financial services industry has welcomed the government’s attempt to close a legal loophole that could allow criminals to get away with chip-and-PIN and cash machine fraud.

Attorney General Lord Goldsmith has added a clause to the Fraud Bill to make deceiving a computer a criminal offence.

At vnunet.

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