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cybercrime

Crimes perpetrated over the Internet, typically having to do with online fraud. See cybercrook and cyberextortion.
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234) Cybercrime Convention, supra note 231, at pmbl.
POLICY 207, 214 (2010); Cybercrime Convention, supra note 232, art.
244) See VATIS, supra note 242, at 214-18 (discussing the numerous loopholes contained in the Cybercrime Convention); Cybercrime Convention, supra note 231, art.
Automatically processed computer data may be the target of one of the criminal offences defined in the Cybercrime Convention (i.
In general, the procedural measures introduced in article 2 of the Cybercrime Convention refer to all types of data.
It is important to differentiate between different types of communications data, because the Cybercrime Convention and the RICPCIA introduce different legal regimes for each type of communications data.
Content data' is not defined in the Cybercrime Convention.
Article 1(d) of the Cybercrime Convention defines 'traffic data' as
Although not all categories of traffic data are always technically available, capable of being produced by a service provider or necessary for a particular criminal investigation, the definition of 'traffic data' in the Cybercrime Convention exhaustively lists the categories of traffic data that are treated by a specific legal regime in the Cybercrime Convention.
Subscriber information is defined in section 18(3) of the Cybercrime Convention as any information contained in the form of computer data or any other form and held by a service provider relating to subscribers of its services, other than traffic data or content data, which can be used to establish
In November 2001 South Africa signed the Council of Europe's Cybercrime Convention Budapest 23.
asp; Barry Steinhardt, ACLU/EPIC Comments on CoE Cybercrime Convention, PUBLIC INTEREST LAW NETWORK, July 7, 2001, at http://www.