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cy·ber·crime

 (sī′bər-krīm′)
n.
1. Crime committed by means of a computer network.
2. An instance of such crime.

cybercrime

(ˈsaɪbəˌkraɪm)
n
1. (Law) the illegal use of computers and the internet
2. (Computer Science) the illegal use of computers and the internet
3. (Law) crime committed by means of computers or the internet
4. (Computer Science) crime committed by means of computers or the internet
ˌcyberˈcriminal n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cybercrime - 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
crime, criminal offence, criminal offense, law-breaking, offense, offence - (criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act; "a long record of crimes"
Translations
internetový zločin
it-kriminalitet
tietoverkkorikollisuus
zločini u cyber spaceu
サイバー犯罪
사이버 범죄
cyberbrott
อาชญากรรมที่เกิดขึ้นบนอินเตอร์เน็ต
tội phạm mạng

cybercrime

[ˈsaɪbərkraɪm] ncybercrime f

cybercrime

جَرَائِمُ الِانْتَرْنَت internetový zločin it-kriminalitet Internetkriminalität ηλεκτρονικό έγκλημα ciberdelincuencia tietoverkkorikollisuus cybercriminalité zločini u cyber spaceu crimine informatico サイバー犯罪 사이버 범죄 cybermisdaad nettkriminalitet przestępstwo komputerowe cibercrime, criminalidade informática киберпреступность cyberbrott อาชญากรรมที่เกิดขึ้นบนอินเตอร์เน็ต internet suçu tội phạm mạng 网络犯罪
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Topics discussed included Eurojusts mission, objectives, core tasks and work in the field of cybercrime; challenges, obstacles and constraints in international cooperation; capacity building projects of the Council of Europe; the implementation of the Budapest Convention and the role of the Cybercrime Convention Committee; cooperation with the private sector; case examples and practical experience; and the way forward.
6) The Council of Europe's Cybercrime Convention (Convention), instituted in an attempt to unite the international community, requires that participating countries establish criminal laws prohibiting certain Internet activities.
Lack of clear definitions: A number of definitions in the Draft Law are unclear, notably the definition of 'content data', which partially reproduces the definition of 'computer data' as stipulated in the Cybercrime Convention.
232) The Cybercrime Convention came into effect in the United States on 1 January 2007.
The United States is a global leader in addressing transnational cybercrime and cyber-security threats through its support for the Budapest Cybercrime Convention, promotion of national CERTs (Computer Emergency Response Teams) and capacity building for the developing world to address these concerns.
Brown and Sommer want more governments to ratify the CyberCrime Convention, which promotes international law enforcement cooperation against computer crimes.
Coming as I do from the non-governmental sector, I share the criticisms that have been made of quite a few of these standards, such as the Cybercrime Convention and the Convention on Access to Official Documents: that they contain too many compromises, and fall short of the highest desirable standards.
The intent of the Cybercrime Convention was to set up a basic
In November 2001 South Africa signed the Council of Europe's Cybercrime Convention Budapest 23.
Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention of 2001--a signed agreement by over 43 countries but ratified by only six countries in July 2004).
The Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention was signed by over thirty countries, including the United States, in 2001.
Unfortunately, the Cybercrime Convention does not provide good