50 countries signed documents promised to combat cybercrime
50 countries and more than 150 technology companies from all over the world signed a commitment called “Paris call for trust and security in cyberspace” to demonstrate their commitment to combat cybercrime. French President Emmanuel Macro announced the document on the day before the leaders participated in the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
The countries that signed the document are Japan, Canada, and all EU countries. International technology giants such as Google, Microsoft, and Facebook also expressed their commitment to combat cybercrime.
Although a large number of government agencies and officials in the United States have indicated in recent years that the country has experienced many cybercrime cases, including the 2016 presidential election intervention, it has not signed this document. Also, China and Russia did not sign this document.