30 Countries Sign Controversial Cybercrime Treaty

A little-noticed provision in the new anti-terrorism act imposes US cyber crime laws on other nations, whether they like it or not. And in related news, thirty countries signed a controversial international treaty to combat online crime last week. Representatives of 26 Council of Europe member states, plus the US, Canada, Japan, and South Africa, put their signatures on the document at the international Convention on Cybercrime meeting in Budapest

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