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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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Peru: accession to Budapest Convention approved by Congress

headline 30 January 2019 Lima, Peru

On 30 January 2019, the Congress of Peru unanimously approved the act of accession to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime. This will allow the Government of Peru to deposit the instrument of accession at the Council of Europe and to become a Party to this treaty in the very near future.

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Ghana accedes to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime

3 December 2018 Strasbourg, France

The Republic of Ghana has deposited the instruments of accession to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime on 3 December 2018. With Ghana’s accession, the Convention on Cybercrime has now 62 states parties. A further 9 States have signed it or been invited to accede. Ghana is also one of the five...

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Towards a Protocol to the Budapest Convention: Further consultations

05 December 2018 Srasbourg, FRANCE

Following consultations with data protection, civil society, industry and others, during the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY) meeting from 29 November 2018, additional contributions are now sought.   Stakeholders are invited to send written comments by 20 February 2019 on the provisional...

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T-CY 21st Plenary / 4nd Protocol Drafting Plenary (8-11 July 2019)

T-CY 22nd Plenary / 5th Protocol Drafting Plenary (18-20 November 2019)

Octopus Conference (20-22 November 2019)

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Alexander Seger
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