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The European Commission (EC) suspended trading in carbon credits on Wednseday after unknown hackers compromised the accounts of Czech traders and siphoned off around $38 million, according to published reports.
European ministers are considering establishing a
new agency that would tie together law enforcement agencies and other
entities dedicated to fighting cybercrime. The Council of the European Union, composed of ministers from 27 countries, issued a document earlier this week calling for the European Commission to draw up a feasibility study on the idea. Read the full article. [IDG News Service]