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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Towards a Protocol to the Budapest Convention: Further consultations

13 July 2018 Strasbourg, France

Following consultations with data protection, civil society, industry and others during the Octopus Conference on 12 July 2018, additional contributions are now sought.   Stakeholders are invited to send written comments by 15 September 2018 on the provisional draft text on "emergency mutual...

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Morocco joins the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime and its Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism

29 June 2018 Strasbourg, France

Today, Morocco has deposited the instruments of accession to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime and its Additional Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism. With Morocco’s accession, the Convention on Cybercrime has now 60 states parties. A further 11 States have signed it or been invited to accede....

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Cabo Verde joins the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime and the Data Protection Convention 108

19 June 2018 Strasbourg, France

Cabo Verde acceded today to the Council of Europe´s Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, and to the Data Protection Convention 108. The Minister of Justice and Labour of Cabo Verde, Janine Lelis, deposited the accession documents during a ceremony in Strasbourg on the side-lines of a meeting of the...

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