November 26, 2001

Thirty nations sign global cybercrime treaty

Author: JT Smith

"The United States and 29 other nations signed a treaty last Friday establishing common tools and rules
for fighting Internet crime.

On Nov. 23, foreign ministers from the United States, Canada, Japan and South Africa joined their
counterparts in 26 other countries in signing the Council of Europe's Convention on Cybercrime, an
international treaty designed to harmonize laws and penalties for crimes committed via the Internet." More at NewsBytes.com.

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