The UN General Assembly (GA) approved without a vote the Russian-American resolution on the norms of conduct in cyberspace and the prevention of crimes in this area. This document was previously adopted in the first committee of the General Assembly (deals with disarmament and international security).
A number of countries, including Australia, Great Britain, France, Germany, Norway, South Korea, Poland, Japan, became its co-authors, Czech Republic, Sweden, etc.
The resolution says that the UNGA considers it necessary to “ prevent the use of information resources or technologies for criminal or terrorist purposes. ''
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