The United States makes a contribution to the Council of Europe to fight cybercrime

The U.S. Department of State made a new contribution of $500,000 to the Council of Europe to fight cybercrime. Since 2014 the United States has contributed a total of $1,804,000 to fight cybercrime within the framework of the Council of Europe activities. The institution is based in Strasbourg, France.
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The United States support efforts against Cybercrime

The United States, through the State Department’s Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, contributed another  $250,000 (225,000 Euros) to the Council of Europe (COE) to support efforts under the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime.  This contribution aims to assist COE efforts in providing legislative drafting advice to developing nations and to support increased participation ...
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