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Recommendation No. R (95) 13 Concerning Problems of Criminal Procedural Law connected with Information Technology

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Council of Europe, Recommendation No. R (95) 13 Concerning Problems of Criminal Procedural Law connected with Information Technology (Sept. 11, 1995) (full-text).

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On November 3, 1995, the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe recommended the governments of its Member States a number of guiding principles to follow in criminal procedures connected with information technology.

These principles concern the search of computer systems, the seizure of data, technical surveillance (interception of data communications), obligations to co-operate with the investigating authorities, compatible procedures and technical methods for the handling of electronic evidence, mitigation of the negative effects of the use of encryption and the exchange of information between Member States on offences related to information technology (including modus operandi and technical aspects).

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