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UK Parliament Pass Bill to Ease Seizure of Crypto Linked to Crime, Terrorism

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The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill covers a range of criminal activities from drug trafficking to cybercrime and is expected to get the King’s approval on Thursday that will put into force. Provisions in the bill give broader powers to local cops, and would let them seize crypto with criminal links without a conviction – something experts say would come in handy, particularly in time-sensitive cases.

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