UN – CYBERCRIME

Keith Nuthall
A REPORT published at the ongoing meeting of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice has asked delegates to consider whether the world should be protected by a global cybercrime convention.

Its aim would be to outlaw Internet offences in every UN member country, denying hackers and virus designers legal safe havens. The report said that an in depth study should be staged into the subject, looking especially at the problems caused by existing contrasts between national Internet-crime laws.

The report ...


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