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PIAC disappointed with CRTC SIM swap disclosure

Briefs | 07/09/2021 4:59 pm EDT

Six months after it received a request to release the data it collects on a fraud process known as “SIM swapping,” the CRTC yesterday sent a letter to parties involved in a proceeding on the matter saying that instances of the fraud had fallen by 95 per cent between October 2020 and May of this year.

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