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Cybercrime in Europe and in the European Union: No personal affair!

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You may have read my previous post in which I asked: “Cybercrime in Europe and in the European Union: A personal affair?” My informed guess in this post was correct: The expert on cybercrime from the Hungarian Council Presidency we – Europasionaria, Ralf, Sandra and I – were speaking with was Péter Csonka. Yet, my […]

Cybercrime in Europe and the European Union: A personal affair?

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Update: See also the follow-up to this post “Cybercrime in Europe and the European Union: No personal affair!


[T]he author of this paper is reasonably confident that by banning a certain kind of criminal activity throughout a large number of countries, which eventually will be under a legal obligation to help each other prosecute those committing such activity, an international treaty will bring a significant change and make the Internet and computer-based communications safer

These are the words of Péter Csonka in the academic journal Computer Law & Security Report 16(5) of October 2000. […]

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