EU approves new cyber sanctions regime

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EU approves new cyber sanctions regime

New mechanism to freeze hackers' assets in the bloc and ban them from entry anywhere in world.

The European Union will directly penalise computer hackers after governments agreed on Friday a new mechanism to target individuals anywhere in the world, freezing their assets in the bloc and banning them from entry. The new powers follow a diplomatic push by Britain and the Netherlands -- ...

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