The Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY) represents the State Parties to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime.
Based on article 46 of the Convention, the consultation of the Committee aims at facilitating the effective use and implementation of the Convention, the exchange of information and consideration of any future amendments.
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Nigeria invited to join the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime

11 July 2017 Strasbourg, France

Yesterday, Nigeria was invited to accede to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime. This is the result of number of years of cooperation between Nigerian authorities and the Council of Europe. In total, 55 States are now Parties and another 14 States have either signed or been invited to accede....

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Cybercrime: Towards a Protocol on evidence in the cloud

08 June 2017 Strasbourg

The Parties to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime agreed today to launch the preparation of a protocol to this treaty to help law enforcement secure evidence on servers in foreign, multiple or unknown jurisdictions. Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni, Deputy Secretary of the Council of Europe, called...

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Signature by San Marino of the Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism

19 May 2017 Strasbourg, France

San Marino signed the Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime, concerning the criminalisation of acts of a racist and xenophobic nature committed through computer systems. 29 States are Parties to this Protocol and 13 States have signed it. State of signatures, ratifications and...

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Decisions of T-CY Plenary 17 (07-09 June 2017)

18th Plenary (27-29 November 2017)

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Alexander Seger
Cybercrime Division
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