Government pledges £100,000 to fight international cyber crime

Stuart Sumner
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UK will be supporting the Council of Europe Global Project on Cybercrime to further implementation of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime

Foreign secretary William Hague has pledged £100,000 of government money to the fight against international cybercrime. The money will go to the Council of Europe's Global Project on Cybercrime, which...

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