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Hacking Law in Canada

Hacking laws in Canada are contained in the ‘Convention on Cybercrime’ (November 23, 2001). Any kind of unethical hacking comes under the sections Illegal access, Illegal interception, System interference, Computer-related forgery, Misuse of devices and Data interference. As the Additional Protocol to the Convention on cybercrime is yet to be established in Canada, all may not be covered under criminal code. However some civil suits like seizure and heavy monetary punishments are available.

by Margaret Walker on Sat, 04/16/2011 - 17:14

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