The Federal Trade Commission says it has enforcement tools to crack down on voice cloning but is seeking broader powers. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM

If your company’s legal department has ideas to keep voice-cloning scammers at bay, the Federal Trade Commission wants to hear from you—and might even send you a cash prize.

The agency began accepting submissions for its “Voice Cloning Challenge” and will accept submissions at this website through the end of the week. The top submission will receive $25,000.

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