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  • Academy of European Law seminar "Fighting cybercrime and child pornography on the Internet. Cooperation with the Internet industry."

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    This seminar, the second event of the series of 3 seminar, was intended as a platform to debate and assess all legal measures to prevent and combat production, processing, possession and distribution of child pornography material on the Internet and to promote the effective investigation and prosecution of offences in this area of law.

  • 38th INTERPOL European Regional Conference, San Marino

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    The conference focused on a number of issues including co-operation in combating organised crime and drug trafficking, support and co-ordination in fugitive investigations, combating financial and high-tech crime, police information exchange throughout Europe and globally as well as on INTERPOL’s Global Security Initiative.

  • 2005 Eurobarometer survey on safer internet

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    The Eurobarometer survey presents the attitude of European Union citizens towards illegal and harmful content on the Internet and their knowledge of how to protect their children against it. It covers 25 Member States, candidate and acceding countries and was conducted in December 2005.

  • Convention on Cybercrime

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    The Convention is the first international treaty on crimes committed via the Internet and other computer networks, dealing particularly with infringements of copyright, computer-related fraud, child pornography and violations of network security. It also contains a series of powers and procedures such as the search of computer networks and interception.

  • 2008 Eurobarometer survery on safer internet: Towards a safer use of the internet for children in the EU – a parents’ perspective

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    For its 2008 Safer Internet Eurobarometer survey the Commission targeted parents of children between 6 and 17 years old from all 27 EU Member States. The main aim of the survey was to investigate parents'; perceptions and views on their children's use of Internet, as well as on the potential risks they may encounter online.