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Daily Dashboard | UN cybercrime convention progresses despite member state disagreements Related reading: The rise of US state-level BIPA: Illinois leads, others catching up




Negotiations on the U.N. cybercrime convention progressed in January, but lingering issues remain, University Grenoble Alps Associate Professor of International Law Karine Bannelier writes in Lawfare. She said, “negotiations were marked by attempts by authoritarian states to transform this ... instrument into a tool for political control,” while attempting to “water down certain human rights and due process safeguards.” Several member states called for the removal of Article 42(1), which allows for the “protection of privacy and personal data,” citing it is protected by the “general reference to human rights.”
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