Status regarding Budapest ConventionStatus : NA See legal profile
Madagascar has not yet adopted a cybercrime strategy.
State of cybercrime legislation
The Law No. 2014-006 on Combating Cybercrime as well as the Law No. 2016-031 dated 23/09/16 modifying and supplementing certain provisions of the Law No. 2014-006 contains partial implementation of substantive provisions, such as illegal access, data/system interference and illegal interception of communication, as well as content related offences.
The Law No. 2014-006 on Combating Cybercrime contains substantive provisions, divided in three chapters. The first chapter, Crimes related to information systems, (Art. 1-15) introduces specific offences such as: illegal access, data interference (Art. 6–9), system interference (Art. 11-Art 12), as well as illegal interception of communication (Art. 13), Misuse of devices (Art.14), Computer related fraud (Art. 15). The second chapter, Crimes related to injuries through information systems (Art. 16-25), refers to content related offences. The final chapter (Art 26-41) regulates liability and responsibilities of operators and service providers in the exploitation of networks, telecommunications, or electronic communication services.
No information about procedural powers corresponding to the Budapest Convention.
The Cybercrime Unit of The Ministry of Communication and Culture.Cybercrime Division, Police des Mœurs et de la Protection des Mineurs.
Sources and links
- Law No. 2014-006 on Combating Cybercrime
- Law No. 2016-031 modifying and supplementing certain provisions of the Law No. 2014-006
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- 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.