RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government announced on Wednesday, December 11th, that it has started the accession process to the Budapest Convention, an international treaty to fight crimes committed through the internet.
The announcement was made by the Ministries of Justice and Public Safety and Foreign Affairs.
According to a joint press release, Brazil's accession to the convention will allow faster access to electronic evidence abroad, through international legal cooperation.
The accession process began in . . .