EU seeks hacker asset freeze powers

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EU seeks hacker asset freeze powers

Not aimed at just Russians, says minister.

A European Union sanctions plan to punish computer hackers is not directed at Russia or any one single country, Lithuania's foreign minister said on Monday, as Italy came under pressure from a group of EU members states to back the proposal. Seven EU countries including Britain, the Netherlands ...

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