Sri Lanka’s computer crime fighting has failed with more than three quarters of cases ending without convictions or not being investigated, despite new laws being devised, Chief Justice Sarath Silva said. In 2007, there had been 17 cyber crimes but only 76 percent had been investigated. “Now the alarm signs are there,” Chief Justice Silva said at the opening of a South Asian forum on information and communications technology (ICT) law organized by the Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL)…
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