Why Pakistan is not joining the global cybercrime forum

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The Ministry of the Interior on Friday told the Lahore Supreme Court that Pakistan had not yet signed the Budapest Recent Current Affairs Convention on Cybercrime due to reservations made by intelligence agencies. In a written response filed in the case of the presence of hatred materials on social networks against the judiciary, the ministry said the meeting to sign the convention took place on January 22 last year. Latest News However, according to him, the agencies did not support the proposal, indicating that Israel also signed it, and Pakistan did not recognize Israel as a state.

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In a separate response, the Foreign Ministry also told the court that the Budapest Convention is extremely intrusive and could jeopardize our data. It states that many countries outside Europe, Recent Current Affairs including China, Russia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, are of the opinion that the convention is an EU regional initiative and seriously undermines data sovereignty. Latest News The response said that another convention on cybercrime under the auspices of the UN is being discussed in Pakistan, and Pakistan supported this idea at the UN General Assembly.

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The ministry also stated that Pakistan has so far signed mutual legal assistance (MHI) agreements with Sri Lanka (2006), Uzbekistan (2007), China (2010) and Kazakhstan (2001). Recent Current Affairs Chief Justice Mamun Rashid Sheikh adjourned the hearing and requested additional arguments from the petitioner’s lawyer in light of the ministry’s responses. Latest News Meanwhile, the head judge also requested a response from the Punjab government about the leak of an official letter on social networks on security for the head judge of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmad.@BulletinHub


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