EU Commission proposes cybercrime centre

EU Commission proposes cybercrime centre

The EU Commission has proposed establishing a cybercrime centre within the union.

The Commission said that it would be part of Europol, and would pool European expertise and training.

It would warn member countries of cyber threats, new ways to commit online crimes and identify organised networks and prominent offenders.

It said that the centre would also be able to respond to queries from investigators, prosecutors and judges.

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