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Parliament strengthens cybersecurity push

The European Parliament’s home affairs committee has passed a report calling for tougher measures on cybercrime.

The report, which was approved by the committee on 11 July, calls for a common European approach to fighting cybercrime. It said that national governments should exchange more information and increase investment in infrastructure to protect against cyber-attacks.

The European Commission should propose EU rules on the sharing and encryption of information, the committee said. It also asked the Commission to propose measures to improve cybersecurity cooperation with non-EU countries.

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