Italy proposes regulation for government hacking

Members of the Italian parliament have advanced a proposal for regulating government hacking activities, including the use of hacking tools, such as Trojans and other software designed to extract data from internet-connected devices. Released in February, the proposed regulations are out for public comment.

Country: Italy

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: Civil Society

Tags: public comment, Internet Governance, Italy, regulation, hacking

Posted on Thursday 4 May 2017

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