On 6 June, the Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) gave its support at the European Parliament to a draft Directive on cyber attacks, which was agreed last year by MEPs, the European Council and European Commission.
The text, presented by rapporteur Monika Hohlmeier (EPP, DE), was adopted by 36 votes in favour, 8 against and no abstentions.
The new rules aim to impose penalties to cyber criminals, as well as facilitate prevention and boost police and judicial cooperation across Member ...
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