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Tackling EU Wildlife Cybercrime How technology can help

Published 2nd July 2020

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New studies document online wildlife trafficking in Belgium and the Netherlands and highlight potential technological solutions

Brussels, Belgium, 2nd July 2020—The potential for technology to help is the subject of a new study, released today—Tackling Wildlife Cybercrime in the EU: How technology can help. It is released alongside a second report also released today Stop Wildlife Cybercrime in the EU – Online Trade in Reptiles and Birds in Belgium and the Netherlands.

Tackling Wildlife Cybercrime in the EU: How technology can help

Report author(s):
Florian Debève

Publication date:
July 2020


Notes:

This study was released in parallel with the study Stop Wildlife Cybercrime in the EU – Online Trade in Reptiles and Birds in Belgium and the Netherlands.

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