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The Council of Europe helps to protect societies worldwide from the threat of cybercrime through the Convention on Cybercrime and its Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism, the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY) and the technical cooperation programmes on cybercrime.
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Voluntary contribution from Japan

25/05/2016 Strasbourg, France

Japan has made a voluntary contribution to support the Octopus Conference. It is the sixth consecutive contribution from Japan.

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GLACY: Improving international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence in West Africa

headline 9-11 May 2016 Dakar, Senegal

The workshop "Improving international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence in West Africa" aims to provide a set of regional and country-specific recommendations with regard to regional and international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence. Regional instruments are...

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Israel joins Budapest Convention

09 May 2016 Strasbourg, France

Israel deposited today the instrument of accession to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime. This will increase the number of Parties to 49. Link to the Treaty office website

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GLACY: International workshop and training for 24/7 Points of Contact

25-27 April 2016 Colombo, Sri Lanka

The "International workshop and training for 24/7 points of contact of the GLACY countries" held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, 25-27 April 2016, brought together representatives of high-tech or cybercrime investigation units tasked with international cooperation to receive up-to-date knowledge on the...

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