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Fight against Cybercrime and Child online Exploitation workshop 30-31 March 2010 Cairo

The terms "cybercrime", "computer crime", "computer-related crime" or "high-tech crime" are often used interchangeably to describe the phenomenon of the wide variety of criminal acts which may be committed remotely from the target area as a result of internet technologies.

Due to the global nature of information networks, there is ever-growing vulnerability to cybercrime. To tackle this threat traditional mutual assistance and operational law enforcement cooperation prove often ineffective and inadequate.

In this regard European Commission Directorate-General Enlargement , in co-operation with the Academy of European Law (ERA) organized workshop on Fight against Cybercrime and Child online Exploitation, The workshop is hosted by the Cyber Peace Initiative of the Suzanne Mubarak Women’s International Peace Movement in 30-31 March 2010 Cairo

The objective of the seminar was to assess how the International and European legislations in this field are applied in the different Member States and candidate countries and the perspectives for an effective Europe-wide campaign against cybercrime. The Seminar also explored how other non European countries have responded to the challenge of Cyber crime and the prospects for cooperation.

also debated the most recent legal acts and complementary measures adopted for combating cybercrime, such as the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime (2001), and the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography. The effective cooperation with internet service providers and web societies (Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!) also discussed.

After the introductory lectures by Egyptian l, EU and Council of Europe experts, panels discussed the concrete implementation of these measures at domestic level, the differences in national legislative acts and their effects on the fight against transnational organised crime.

For more information and to download presentations of this event, please go to: http://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/taiex

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