Overview Edit

The European CyberCrime Platform (ECCP) originated from the proposal by the French Presidency of the EU in 2008, in which Europol was invited to coordinate a European response to Internet-related crime by creating the ECCP for reporting offences noted on the Internet. Furthermore, the Presidency invited Europol to develop a common and coordinated strategy to fight Internet-related crimes on an international level.

Europol even goes beyond the French proposal, by enlarging the platform for a wider and coordinated approach to effectively fight cybercrimes, considered high priority in most of EU Member States and other countries due to the high rate of cross-border criminal phenomena.

The idea fits within existing activities in the area of Internet-related crimes at Europol and comprises the following three main topics:

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