A REPORT published at the ongoing meeting of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice has proposed a series of short term measures that can be taken to strengthen international efforts to fight IT-related and cybercrime.

These would serve as a stopgap, whilst the international community considered whether there is a need for a global convention on cybercrime, which would outlaw computer and Internet offences in every continent. The report to the Commission - established in 1992 to set global policy on ...

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