Could you give me any Internet addresses where I can find out more about the IT crime rates(hacking,software piracy etc.)as well as IT Laws and Legislation in…

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10.09.2001

Hi, could you give me any Internet addresses where I can find out more about the IT crime rates(hacking,software piracy etc.)as well as IT Laws and Legislation in Finland?

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12.09.2001
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12.09.2001

Statistics Finland has StatFin-online service http://statfin.stat.fi/Statweb/index_ENG.stm if you clic the WebSelector the statistics for criminality can be found. Unfortunally IT crimes are on the category other offences whitch consist of several other crimes. IT crime rates that is rates for other offences can be found at the Library of Statistics. Contact information: Visiting address: Työpajakatu 13 B, 1. floor, Helsinki Postal address: POB 2B, FIN-00022 Statistics Finland Contact information: Visiting addressContact information:Telephone: +358 9 1734 2220 Telefax: +358 9 1734 2279 e-mail: library@stat.fi Internet: http://www.stat.fi/tk/kk/index_en.html

Finlex http://www.finlex.fi/english/index.html is a Finnish legislation with a list of changes, but only part of it is in english. The most up to date version of Finnish legislation is easier to read as a book.
EUR-Lex The portal to European Union law can be found in english http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/en/index.html

Information technology Laws and Legislation consist of several subcategor, for example copyright crimes. I recommend that with IT Laws and Legislation questions you contact Library of Parliament in finish that is Eduskunnan kirjasto. Contact information: Visiting address: Aurorankatu 6, 00102 Helsinki Phone: (09) 4321, Telefax: (09) 432 3495 FIN - 00102 HELSINKI Finland E-mail: kirjasto@eduskunta.fi

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