Annual losses from cyber-enabled crime exceed $375 billion. Cross-border legal cooperation is slow, including between law enforcement and corporations. Increased transparency of corporate response policies and a standard format for mutual legal assistance requests will help speed investigations and increase convictions.
Published a “Model Corporate Transparency Notice” to improve the effectiveness of law enforcement-corporate communications. Supported work by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to increase efficiency in writing mutual legal assistance requests.
Convince key Internet companies to post transparency notices that help assist law enforcement connect effectively with the company. Encourage governments to work with the UNODC to refine and promote its automated request-writing assistance tool. Encourage UNODC to make the tool public.
Convicting More Cyber Criminals
Data Beyond Borders: Mutual Legal Assistance in the Internet Age
Process for Obtaining User Data from California under a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT)