Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative

‘Harsh’ sentences for online crimes need more balance, admit British MPs

Blog, 14th November 2012
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More needs to be done to strike the right balance when prosecuting people for crimes committed online UK ministers have agreed. Speaking at last week’s Internet Governance Forum in Baku, Azerbaijan, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries Ed Vaizey MP ...

IGF2012 – Alun Cairns MP interview [video]

Blog, 13th November 2012
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British MP Alun Cairns discusses sentences handed down for crimes committed online. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zF6GXvnNBe8 ...

Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative Workshop at ICANN Prague

Cybercrime, 18th June 2012
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The CCI has been invited to host a workshop at ICANN Prague on Monday, 25th June 2012 at 15:00 (CEST). ...

Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative Update

Cybercrime, 30th April 2012
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The 3rd Executive Management Meeting of the Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative was held in London on the 17th of April. The meeting was hosted by the Maltese High Commission in Piccadilly. ...

United States to Oppose Internet Regulation by the United Nations

Cybercrime, 3rd April 2012
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United States Congressmen Michael McCaul and Jim Langevin introduced new legislation on the 27th of March 2012, urging the US Permanent Representative at the UN to oppose any resolutions concerning the regulation of the Internet by the UN. ...
Cybercrime adds a whole new dimension to jurisdiction. The global reach of criminal activities on the internet requires that countries cooperate and streamline their legal systems, whether through international treaties or national legislation, to better combat these activities ...
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