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International laws governing cyber crimes need relook, says CBI chief

International laws governing cyber crimes need relook, says CBI chief
“The anonymity and connectivity not only makes detection and prosecution difficult, but recovery of the proceeds of crimes stashed in different nations become even more complex,” he claimed.

While speaking on the inauguration of a week-long Exclusive Training Program on ‘Financial Offences & Cyber Crimes’ for 20 officers from different Law Enforcement Agencies of 11 African nations in the national capital, he stressed that transnational and multi-jurisdictional nature of economic and cyber crime has emerged as one of the major challenges for the law enforcement agencies world-over.

He underlined the need for an efficient and dynamic capacity building programme and the need to have fresh look at the legislations and protocols to enable better international co-operation to tackle the emerging challenges in 21st Century.

“Specialized investigative techniques including joint investigation should be used to tackle organized crime network of human trafficking. The problems of on Monday cannot be solved by using the skills and knowledge of on Sunday. Hence I would like to urge the organizers and trainers to explore and experiment with new formats by reaching out to their international counterparts and domain experts in relevant areas in order to break the existing boundaries of thoughts and bring new understanding into practice,” he added.
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