Country Wiki

The wiki profiles provide an overview of a country's policy on cybercrime and electronic evidence. Every fiche includes a description of cybercrime policies/strategies, the state of cybercrime legislation, the channels of cooperation, international cooperation and case law.

For more information on a country's legislation, click on the legal profile in each country wiki.

These profiles do not necessarily reflect official positions of the country covered or of the Council of Europe. Please note that any editing is subject to the approval of the supervision team before publication to ensure a quality level of information.
To update/edit information on a country wiki please click on the flag and then edit.

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*This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSC 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo Declaration of Independence.

This tool is co-funded  by the GLACY  and Cybercrime@Octopus projects