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Parliamentary questions
25 April 2017
E-002886-17
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 130
Elissavet Vozemberg-Vrionidi (PPE)

 Subject:  International cooperation in the field of cybercrime
 Answer(s) 

Over recent years, the EU has made enormous progress in protecting citizens more effectively from online crime, for example by establishing a European Cybercrime Centre, adopting legislation regarding cyber-attacks, as well as helping to launch the Global Alliance against Child Sexual Abuse Online.

Since EU international cyberspace policy (a) promotes respect for EU core values, (b) lays down standards of responsible behaviour, (c) advocates the application of existing international laws in cyberspace and (d) helps third countries enhance their cybersecurity and promotes international cooperation for the resolution of cyberspace problems:

Can the Commission say how it is collaborating with the US and third countries for the purpose of preventing and combating cybercrime? Has EU-US cooperation changed in any way under the Trump administration?

What are the framework provisions governing cooperation with Russia in this area?

Original language of question: EL 
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