Mobile phone services provider Lycamobile has been penalised $600,000 by the telecommunications industry regulator ACMA after prolonged and large-scale customer data failures, which could have put people in danger.
The telecommunications industry regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Australian Financial Crimes Exchange (AFCX) which enables the exchange of information about unauthorised mobile number porting when it’s used for scams, fraud and financial crime.
Scammers are using telephone calls, SMS messages and emails to take advantage of Australia’s COVID-19 vaccination rollout.
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