A UN committee is struggling to define what cybercrime is in upcoming treaty

A United Nations committee – whose members include delegates from the U.S., China and Russia — is meeting throughout this week and next to continue negotiations for a new international cybercrime treaty.

Why it matters: The finished UN cybercrime treaty will jumpstart a wave of new laws around the world based on the agreed-upon principles in the document.

The big picture: Unlike past meetings, where members mostly shared answers to previously determined discussion questions, this latest meeting features a rough negotiating treaty draft up for debate.

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Source: MSN News