Ksa intervenes in fake accounts on Facebook

The Gaming Authority (Ksa) has had a fake Facebook account removed that was used to organize illegal lotteries.

Various investigations by the Ksa showed that this fake account was used to manage several pages on Facebook offering illegal lotteries. Follow-up investigation revealed that there was always a different person behind the account. At the request of the Ksa, Facebook has removed the fake account from its platform.

The Ksa takes action against illegal lotteries because there is no supervision possible. After all, the providers are not licensed.


Source: Nieuws – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.

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