OAS REMJA Working Group Makes Recommendations on Cybercrime

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Thursday, May 26, 2022
Bruce Zagaris

On April 28 and 29, 2022, the Organization of American States (OAS) Ministers of Justice and Attorneys General (REMJA) Working Group on Cybercrime held its 10th Meeting in virtual format, exchanging best practices, experiences, and challenges experienced by OAS member States in connection with cybercrime.  Attending the meeting were government experts on cybercrime, representatives of international organizations, and the private sector.  The meeting addressed the importance of updated cybercrime legislation, training, and legal cooperation.[1]

[1]    OAS, Recommendations of the REMJA Working Group on Cybercrime as a result from the 10th meeting, Legal Cooperation/Cybercrime/REMJA Newsletter (May 2022).