Oh that leads to all kinds of problems, not the least of which being the technical issues (how are they going to "hack" any computer at random, even if it is connected to the 'net?).
If it's okay to break into your Google account, and Google's servers are in the US, not only is Google going to be pissed off, but they've also broken US laws in the process (unless they've made arrangements otherwise, but I'm not aware of anything like that).
They'd need some form of dedicated back-door software to get into private, personal computers. Unless they expect everyone to voluntarily do that (good luck), or make it mandatory (which seems right up the alley of these fascist types), I don't know how this is more than clueless bureaucrats making noise, as usual. When lawmakers don't understand how technology works, you get laws that reflect that ignorance.
1. Only way you can guarantee hack-proofed computing is to use OpenBSD, if you can get it going, it has almost perfect removal of errors in the codebase.
2. Google accounts are subject to the NSA/FBI monitoring program called EINSTEIN, which is mainly about catching terrorists, not pirates.
3. It's called Windows, and it's got more zero-day exploits for everyone who doesn't update their system than any other system.