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crime committed using a computer and the internet to steal a person's identity or sell contraband or stalk victims or disrupt operations with malevolent programs

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An attempt to correct these law enforcement deficiencies was the impetus for the creation of the Cybercrime Convention.
Remarkably, the exceptions contained in the Cybercrime Convention negate its impact.
Perhaps as a sign of the naive belief that the feckless Cybercrime Convention will actually curb cyber attacks, the Council of Europe's Committee of Experts on Terrorism opined in February 2010 that no further conventions are needed to address cyber terrorism because "large scale attacks on computer systems appeared to be already covered by the Cybercrime Convention.
ratified the Cybercrime Convention in 2006, the Electronic Privacy Information Center and other watchdogs worried that the treaty could require American law enforcement agencies to turn people over to foreign police for engaging in activities that are legal here but treated as crimes in other countries.
activities the Cybercrime Convention intends to criminalize, it is
Specifically, the Cybercrime Convention provides that the parties
The importance of the distinction between preserved and retained computer data in the Cybercrime Convention is evident from the fact that articles 16 and 17 only refer to data preservation and not to data retention.
The collection of stored intangible data therefore requires additional measures of maintaining its integrity (the Council of Europe's Explanatory Report to the Cybercrime Convention, p.
The Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention 2001 "addresses an important problem: the difficulties law enforcement has in pursing criminals across national borders, something that is common in Internet crime" (Lemos 2001, p.
Officially, this Cybercrime Convention was drafted by the 43-member Council of Europe, with the U.
The Council of Europe's Cybercrime Convention covers most European countries, including Russia and other former Soviet republics.
The Council of Europe's Cybercrime Convention, another European initiative aimed at harmonizing cybercrime laws between European countries, covers similar ground but is still far from being ratified.
What articles of the Cybercrime Convention can be relevant in this
27) The Cybercrime Convention is an international treaty designed to police cyber crime through international cooperation.
Baron, A Critique of the International Cybercrime Convention, 10 COMMLAW CONSPECTUS 263, 269 (2002) (discussing the formation of the PC-CY).