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EUROPEAN UNION cybercrime legislation is in danger of taking a wrong turn before it even gets going, said a group that represents Europe's ISPs.
"One significant concern we have with the Commission's approach to cybercrime is that it is using the Council of Europe's draft treaty on this subject as a starting block," said Joe McNamee, EU affairs spokesman for EuroISPA.
He criticized the draft treaty of the 41-member Council of Europe for being "unbalanced, open-ended, and unclear," McNamee said. "At worst, the treaty will put an impossible burden on ISPs, and at best it will have no meaning at all."
He was speaking after attending a hearing hosted by …