(Bloomberg) -- European Union governments will seek to better coordinate cross-border investigations into Internet fraud, trying to plug holes in the prosecution of international digital crimes.

Officials from the European Commission will start a “dialogue” with Internet service providers to find ways of pinpointing the location of cyberattacks and make it easier for police in one country to subpoena electronic evidence from another.

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