Council of Europe: We need ONE Cybercrime Convention

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As you saw from previous posts, I am at the Octopus Conference on Cooperation against Cybercrime at the moment. We had yesterday the Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe and one of her key statements was that different bodies (like the Council of Europe, UN etc.) should not compete. The Budapest convention by the Council of Europe is now about nine years old. So, let’s leverage this in the future as well. Jeremy Kirk, IDG, covered this yesterday as well: Council of Europe pushes for only one cybercrime treaty

This definitely makes sense, no?


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