Fisheries intelligence stark warning over spoofing

​The Joint Analytical Cell (JAC) report

Source: ​The Joint Analytical Cell (JAC) collaborative

The Joint Analytical Cell (JAC) collaborative analysis examines a fleet of Chinese-linked distant-water squid fishing vessels displaying spoofing behaviour.

Specific cases were identified by the JAC where this behavior appears to be facilitating the sharing of authorised vessel identities between vessels, manipulating vessel identities and locations.

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