UK Banks May Not Reimburse Fraud Victims Who Use Old Browsers

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The UK government, the Bank of England, and the GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters) are discussing a law proposal that will exonerate banks from refunding online fraud victims who don't take precautionary measures to protect their bank accounts.
This is still under discussion, as The Financial Times has reported today, and consumer rights groups have already heavily criticized the newly proposed law.

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