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Enhancing International Cooperation for Law Enforcement for Cyber Crime

There is widespread agreement that the Internet is an essential economic enabler for competition at the global level, and it follows that a country’s national policies that would result in placing limitations on its ability to use the Internet is an act of self-harm. On the other hand, there is also broad agreement that the growing presence of crime in cyberspace is unacceptable, and that something has to be done. However, because a global treaty is a huge undertaking that would play out for many years, EWI is asking the question as to whether there is not something at a less grand scale that could provide significant near term, tangible amelioration to the problem at hand.

Building Trust in Cyberspace
Call for Papers
Call for Papers
Convicting More Cyber Criminals
Mobilizing for International Action

"Cyberspace is not a lawless space, but a space where laws do apply and where there are constraints on state behavior."

Christopher Painter
Coordinator for Cyber Issues, U.S. Department of State
Painter
Painter
Protecting the Digital Economy
Summit Event Report Released
Summit Event Report Released
The Internet Health Model for Cybersecurity