Protests in Poland against fraud in voting laws and threats on media freedom
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Polish parliament was blocked these days by protesters, helped by opposition, with accusations of fraud in voting laws and threats on media freedom. Demonstrations were also held in several cities in Poland, including protests of environmentalists and miners. The demonstrators … Read More

Prevention of fraud in gambling in European Union
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Prevention of fraud All Member States seek to prevent fraud and unfair games. National legislation aims to protect, consumers (from fraudulent and criminal operators), operators (from fraudulent players or player syndicates) and event organisers. Examples include: unauthorised use of credit … Read More

Insurance fraud (False insurance claims)
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Insurance fraud or false insurance claims are insurance claims filed with the intent to defraud an insurance provider. In the United States insurance fraud is estimated to cost US$875 per person per year with The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimating … Read More

Prevention of fraud and money laundering for online gambling in EU
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On-line gambling is complex in view of its virtual and cross-border nature. However, given the technical systems in place on-line gambling operations are traceable, both in terms of audit trails of the operations and of the payment systems with transactions … Read More

Spyware – Identity theft and fraud
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One case has closely associated spyware with identity theft. [1] In August 2005, researchers from security software firm Sunbelt Software believed that the makers of the common CoolWebSearch spyware had used it to transmit “chat sessions, user names, passwords, bank … Read More

Cheating in casinos
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Cheating in casinos refers to actions which are prohibited by a casino’s rules. Cheating is usually illegal but the exact sanctions will depend on the jurisdiction in which the casino operates. In Nevada, cheating in a casino is a felony … Read More