Status regarding Budapest ConventionStatus : NA See legal profile
Although Seychelles does not have a specific cybercrime strategy, the Seychelles Police Strategic Plan 2017 to 2019 makes reference to cybercrime.
National ICT Policy contains five policy objectives (ICT infrastructure; Legal and regulatory framework - including on computer and computer-related crime and security; Human resource development; Industry; Government), the legal and regulatory framework objective including computer and computer-related crime and security.
State of cybercrime legislation
Specific legislation on cybercime has been enacted through the Computer Misuse Act 1998.
Computer Misuse Act 1998 criminalises: Art. 3 Unauthorised access to computer; Art. 4 Unauthorised access with criminal intent; Art. 5 Unauthorised modification of computer material (referring to system interference); Art. 7 attempt, conspiracy.
The Constitution of the Republic of Seychelles protects the Fundamental Liberties.
Related laws and regulations
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