criminalisation

Joint statement on the proposed cybercrime treaty ahead of the concluding session
Joint statement on the proposed cybercrime treaty ahead of the concluding session 23 January 2024 Various

The statement's signatories, including APC, stress that the proposed UN Cybercrime Convention must be narrowly focused on tackling cybercrime, and not used as a tool to undermine human rights. Unless meaningful changes are made to address current shortcomings, the Convention should be rejected.

When protection becomes threat: Cybercrime regulation as a tool for silencing women and LGBTQIA+ people around the world
When protection becomes threat: Cybercrime regulation as a tool for silencing women and LGBTQIA+ people around the world 30 June 2023 Derechos Digitales

Derechos Digitales has mapped cases involving the abusive use of cybercrime regulation to silence and criminalise women and LGBTQIA+ people around the world, and the results warn of the inherent danger of imposing international standards in this matter without building in human rights safeguards.

Disco-tech Geneva: Join us for a pre-IGF event on criminalisation of technical expertise
Disco-tech Geneva: Join us for a pre-IGF event on criminalisation of technical expertise 05 December 2017

Our fourth annual Disco-tech event and party will offer an evening of lightning talks and demonstrations interspersed with dinner, music and drinks.

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