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Cybercrime treaty: contact points



Here are some concrete contact points and names to  whom we can send our concerns regarding the cybercrime treaty.

(i) peter.csonka@coe.int
(ii) john.fennell@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
(iii)Kai Rannenberg <kair@microsoft.com>
(iv)"Cepislsi-L (E-mail)" <cepislsi-l@iig.uni-freiburg.de>



>From: Kai Rannenberg <kair@microsoft.com>
>To: "Cepislsi-L (E-mail)" <cepislsi-l@iig.uni-freiburg.de>
>Cc: Kai Rannenberg <kair@microsoft.com>
>Subject: CEPIS LSI: Council of Europe: Draft Cybercrime Convention for Com
> ment
>Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2000 05:22:17 -0700
>
>Dear LSIers,
>
>the Council of Europe has published a draft convention on cybercrime on
>http://conventions.coe.int/treaty/en/projets/cybercrime.htm
>
>This text is due to be finalised by the end of 2000, and comments are
>invited
>(see more details in the mail from Jill Davies below).
>
>CEPIS has recently been granted Consultative Status with the Council of
>Europe, and we would welcome any comments nd views on the draft.
>
>Best wishes
>
>Kai Rannenberg, Secretary CEPIS LSI
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Davies, Jill
>> Sent: 07 June 2000 10:58
>> Subject: Council of Europe: Cybercrime Convention
>>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I have received notification from the Home Office on Cybercrime
>> Convention.
>>
>> "In 1997, the Council of Eurpoe formed a Committee of Experts to draft a
>> convention on cybercrime. This is due to be completed by the end of 2000.
>> After that it may be necessary to introduce legislation in the UK to
>> implement some of the provisions of the Convention. This Convention is
>> intended to provide a common criminal policy aimed at the protection of
>> society against cybercrime by adopting appropriate legislation and
>> providing arrangements for fast and reliable international co-operation in
>> the investigation and prosecution of offences."
>>
>> "The Council of Europe has now commenced a consultation process with the
>> intention that all interested parties should be able to have an input to
>> the committee of Experts. To assist in this process, a copy of the draft
>> convention has been placed on the website of the CoE at:
>>
>> http://conventions.coe.int/treaty/en/projets/cybercrime.htm
>>
>> Comments in respect of all aspects of the convention can be directed
>> either to
>>
>> (i) peter.csonka@coe.int
>> (ii) john.fennell@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
>>
>> Regards
>> Jill Davies
>> Administration Officer
>> Direct line (01793) 417469
>> email:jdavies@hq.bcs.org.uk
>> ............................................................
> > The British Computer Society
> > 1 Sanford Street
> > Swindon
> > Wilts
> > SN1 1HJ
> >


 
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