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Turkey signed the Protocol on racism and xenophobia

20/04/2016 Strasbour, France

Turkey signed the Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime, concerning the criminalisation of acts of a racist and xenophobic nature committed through computer systems on 19 April 2016. In total, there are 24 Parties to the Protocol. Treaty Office

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Serbia: iPROCEEDS assessment visit on criminal money flows on the Internet

16/04/2016 Belgrade, Serbia

An assessment visit on criminal money flows on the Internet as well as on the legislative and practical capabilities to respond to the threats and trends regarding cybercrime and money laundering started in Belgrade, Serbia, on April 14th, 2016. It lasted 2 days and aimed to gather information on...

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GLACY: Integrating cybercrime issues into national Judicial Training curricula

11-13 April 2016 Johannesburg, South Africa

The upcoming International Workshop on Integrating the Issues of Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence into Judicial Training Curricula aims to ensure that cybercrime and electronic evidence related issues become a continuous part of judicial training institutions' curricula in all GLACY countries....

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Ukraine: EAP III assessment visit on public/private cooperation

30/03/2016 Kyiv

An assessment visit on public/private cooperation is now underway Kyiv, Ukraine on March 30. It will last for 3 days and is to map current strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and risks regarding public/private cooperation, and document good practices and initiatives already underway. Similar...

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