6 Measures against cybercrime

In 2001 the Convention on Cybercrime was adopted by the Council of Europe, which is the world's first comprehensive convention on measures against cybercrime that provides for: (1) criminalization of certain acts, including illegal access to computer systems and production of computer viruses, etc., (2) establishment of procedural provisions for search and seizure of computer data, etc.; and (3) mutual legal assistance and extradition, etc. (Japan is yet to conclude this convention).