EU imposes sanctions against Chinese, Russian and North Korean hackers over cyber attacks

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This is the first time that EU has imposed sanctions against cyber attacks

The European Council announced on Thursday that it is imposing sanctions on six individuals and three entities from China, Russia and North Korea for carrying out cyber attacks against European cit...

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