UK to lead anti-spam and scam drive

Friday, 6 August 2004, 2:32 PM EST

The UK has put spam and internet scams high on the agenda after taking over the presidency of the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network.

Set up in 1992, the group consists of government and law enforcement agencies and aims to promote the uptake of consumer laws across borders, including a co-ordinated annual worldwide internet sweep for rogue websites.

By Dinah Greek at vnunet.

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