Dutch Judiciary and the Supreme Court of the Netherlands published on her website about openning of Cybercrime Research Centre and from April 2010 knows the Judiciary in the Netherlands' Knowledge Cybercrime.New Centre brings expertise on Cybercrime law together.
The Cybercrime Research Centre collects and manages information and knowledge about cybercrime in all courts and courts in the Netherlands.
The Knowledge Cybercrime is part of the Court in The Hague.After a preparatory phase that began last year, in April the Centre for Cybercrime in Hague court officially launched.
It provides legal expertise and practical knowledge about cybercrime and basic information about computer technology for judges, judges and court officials in the Netherlands.
This will include a single site with legal information, such as jurisprudence in the area of cyber crime at home and abroad available.
There is also a help-desk staff member of the Judiciary with queries.The experts of the knowledge to answer questions only by employees in general, to ensure that the decision in individual cases is reserved to the investigating judge.The research center also aims for an annual symposium organized employees of the Judiciary.
The Knowledge Cybercrime has three permanent staff In addition, a support group of lawyers with knowledge of computer and cybercrime cases.
The research center binds obviously not commercial market and do not use such specialized police and state council components,so as to guarantee judicial independence.
The society is increasingly confronted with cybercrime.Cyber crime falls under one part focuses on electronic networks, such as intrusion or spam attacks.Cybercrime can also 'traditional' crime where digital instruments are used, such as fraud or defamation.