Nov 302009
 November 30, 2009  Laws, Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Brian Reyes reports:

The Gibraltar Parliament has approved new legislation that will allow Gibraltar’s authorities to target cyber crimes such as computer hacking.

The Crimes (Computer Hacking) Act 2009 also gives police new powers to intercept computer communications during criminal investigations.

Gibraltar’s courts will be able to issue warrants ordering internet providers to tap into suspect traffic with a bearing on an investigation.

Read more in the Gibraltar Chronicle.

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