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Central African Republic has not adopted a specific strategy on cybercrime.
State of cybercrime legislation
There is no specific legislation on cybercrime. However, the Penal Code includes provisions on fraud with electronic data (art. 164) and child pornography (art. 111).
Specific legislation on child online protection has been enacted through the following instruments: - Articles 85, 86, 110 and 111* of the Criminal Code.
Criminal Procedure Code does not contain relevant procedural powers corresponding to the Budapest Convention.
The Judicial Police is responsible for criminal investigations; however, there is no dedicated cybercrime unit or national CERT.
Sources and links
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- Cybercrime website
- Template: Mutual Legal Assistance Request for subscriber information (Art. 31 Budapest Convention). English and bilingual versions available.
- Template: Data Preservation Request (Articles 29 and 30 Budapest Convention). English and bilingual versions available.