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The Civil Liberties Committee voted 50 in favour, 1 against with only 2 abstentions to accept a harmonisation of the EU's anti-hacking laws that would also crack down on those found possessing or distributing tools that could be used in attacks.

Tougher still, the Committee proposed imposing sentences of at least five years on those found guilty of disrupting services with large-scale attacks using botnets, DDoS or where financial loss was incurred, a clear warning to Anonymous-style hacktivism.

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Not stern enough if you ask me...
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