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Cybercrime@Octopus: Assessing Mauritania's cybercrime legislation and capacities

Nouakchott, Mauritania 17-20 December 2018
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Cybercrime@Octopus: Assessing Mauritania's cybercrime legislation and capacities

The Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) organized a high-level visit in Mauritania in order to review the country's national legislation on cybercrime in respect to international standards, including human rights and rule of law principles.

The secondary scope of the mission was to assess the Mauritanian authorities' needs in terms of capacity building on cybercrime. The Mauritanian counterparts showed great interest in improving national laws and their implementation, in view of a possible future accession to the Budapest Convention, the most relevant international agreement oncybercrime and electronic evidence.


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Alexander Seger
Cybercrime Division
Agora Building
F-67075 Strasbourg Cedex