Duncan Geere reports:
The government of the Netherlands has announced plans to grant police permission to hack into computers located abroad in an attempt to fight online crime.
The powers, which also give police the ability to install spyware, read emails and delete files, will be subject to the oversight of a judge but critics have said they set a dangerous precedent.
The bill also makes it a crime to publish stolen data and for suspects to refuse to decrypt files during a police investigation.
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