50 Countries Vow to Fight Cybercrime. US, Russia, and China Not Among Them

A pledge called "Paris call for trust and security in cyberspace" was signed by fifty states and more than 150 tech companies from all around the world as a testimony to their dedication to fighting online crime.

The document was unveiled by French President Emmanuel Macron one day "after dozens of world leaders gathered in Paris on Sunday for the centenary of the end of World War One," as reported by The Associated Press.

Among the countries that signed the document are Japan, Canada, and all EU countries, with Google, Microsoft, and Facebook being among the tech companies which promised to commit to the war on cybercrime.


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