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Nepal starts the work to harmonize legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence with international standards

KATHMANDU: The Attorney General’s Office of Nepal, together with the Council of Europe, organized a 3 day workshop in Kathmandu to discuss how to improve national cybercrime laws in the light of international standards, and strengthen criminal justice response to cybercrime challenges.

The workshop follows on an ongoing dialogue between the Council of Europe and the Office of the Attorney General, Nepal about the current legislative framework on cybercrime and electronic evidence in the country.

Together with the Office of the Attorney General (OAG), Nepal, a team of Council of Europe experts conducted a thorough assessment of the current legal framework and worked in brainstorming sessions with officials from all the relevant national stakeholders.

Published Date: Thursday, March 8th, 2018 | 09:28 AM

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