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EU anti-fraud office identified nearly €300m in misused public funds
OLAF's 2020 report showed how the organisation had to battle with fraudsters trying to benefit from the pandemic.
Web users must accept less anonymity for more security, says expert
Cybersecurity expert Miguel De Bruycker told Euronews that the increase in online attacks is a challenge for Europe.
Fraudsters seek to cash in on UK's race to inoculate against COVID-19
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Nigerian police arrest two men over Germany PPE 'scam'
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Twitter hackers accessed messages of far-right leader Geert Wilders
Geert Wilders, from the Dutch right-wing Freedom Party (PVV), said Twitter had informed him that his account had been compromised.