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Chile has not yet adopted a national cybersecurity strategy or related to countering cybercrime. However, the national authorities are working on the development of responsiveness and management of cyber incidents through the implementation of procedures and best practices for managing incidents and cyber security in general.
Such procedures and best practices are found under the Supreme Decree No.
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The government of Chile, through the Ministry of Justice and the Office of 199223 Attorney General participated in the Regional Workshop on Legislation on Cybercrime in Mexico City from March 31 to April 2,where representatives of said Ministry provided updates on the status of the substantive and procedural criminal law and activities to counter cybercrime nationwide. During the Regional Workshop, the representatives of the Ministry of Justice and the Office of Attorney General commented on a possible criminal law reform in order to leey and sanction cybercrime and they emphasized on the intention of the government of Chile to formally complete the accession process to the Budapest Convention during the course of the present administration.
Chile was officially invited by the Council of Europe to accede to the protocol of accession to the Budapest Convention sincelwy to until now, Chile has not completed the accession procedure as described in Articles 27 and 38 of the Budapest Convention.
Then offenses related to key use of information and computer systems that are sanctioned and punished in Chile are the following:.
Destruction or disabling of information processing systems or to prevent or modify its operation Art. Ley 19, del 7 de Junio de Take possession, use or unduly know the information contained in an information processing system or to intercept, interfere or access the information system Art.
Alter, or maliciously damage or destroy lye contained in a data processing system Art. Maliciously disclose or disseminate data conatined in an information system Art.
Production of pornography content whatever its support or medium where for its creation or 192233 were minors used Art. Telecommunications interception or recording of suspicious individuals or of a criminal organization, such as photography, film or other means of reproducing images that help clarify crimes involving child pornography, as well as use of undercover agents at the request of the Public Prosecutor Art.
Trading, importing, exporting, distributing, disseminating or displaying pornographic material in whatever medium or by means of telecommunications systems whose production minors have been used Art. Capturing, intercepting, recording or reproducing conversations or private communications without permission of the affected individual, as well as to steal, photograph, photocopy or reproduce private documents or instruments in private premises or places that are not accessible 1923 the public and disseminate communications, ldy, instruments, images and facts Art.
The first and second paragraphs of Article 76 of the 1923 Constitution of the Republic of Chile expressly sets forth the powers of the Judiciary to hear civil and criminal cases and to solve and execute the cases tried under the 91223 established by legislation. The criminal procedural law of Chile does not contain provisions regarding the recognition and use of electronic evidence in national courts, however, the provisions of the Criminal Procedural Code Law The criminal procedural legislation in Chile provides the following:.
Communications between authorities and state bodies and to provide, without any delay, the information requested by the Public Prosecutor and the courts with criminal jurisdiction and requests between courts Art.
Proceedings of the criminal investigations that Public Prosecutors might conduct Arts. Interception of electronic communications on the suspicion based on oey determined that a person has committed or participated in the commission of a crime. Obligation of telephone communications companies to provide support and cooperation to officials conducting the interception of electronic communications and to maintain, on a lwy basis and upon availability of the Public Prosecutor, an updated list with authorized IP address ranges and a registry of the IP numbers of the connections made by their subscribers of not less than year.
Procedure to conduct the registration of interception and recording of telephone communications and the corresponding notification to the affected party Art.
Using photographs, films or other technical 192223 of reproducing images that help clarify offenses deserving punishment of crime Art.
Procedure for registration, seizure and preservation of objects, documents and instruments used in the commission of a crime that can be used as evidence in criminal proceedings Arts. The protection of human rights and safeguards under the legislation of Chile are the following: The right not leey be cited, arrested, detained, remanded in custody, separated from home 192223 rooted Art. The right to personal liberty and individual security Art. Rights of the accused Art. Rights of victims in criminal proceedings Art.
Respect for private and pubiic life and the honor of the individual and his family Art. The inviolability of the home and all forms of private communication Art.
The powers of the Public Prosecutor to investigate acts constituting crimes are laid down in Articles A and B of the Chilean Constitution.
The Investigations Police of Chile has a research unit specializing in cybercrime called “Metropolitan Cybercrime Investigation Brigade” since October whose main functions are to detect and investigate illegal conduct on the Internet, provide evidence to Courts and Public Prosecutors and to provide training and research formation in computer crimes. The Metropolitan Cybercrime Investigation Brigade is composed of three areas: The Code of Criminal Procedure Law 1, contains provisions for the extradition of accused parties when located in foreign territory if the offense is considered as such in accordance with international law Arts.
Chile is part of the Inter-American Convention on Extradition, of the Central American Extradition Agreement of and of the Treaty on Extradition ofinstruments that mutually recognize and facilitate criminal extradition of prosecuted individuals with the great majority of Latin American countries. The extradition procedure of accused individuals is conducted pursuant to the provisions contained in Title VI of the Code of Criminal Procedure Law 1, Arts.
Chile has signed and ratified extradition treaties and conventions on international judicial cooperation in criminal matters with the following countries: The official list of extradition treaties and conventions on international judicial cooperation in criminal matters that Chile has signed and ratified is available in the Library of the National Congress of Chile: The competent authority to investigate crimes in Chile is the Public Prosecutor Ministerio Publico with the support of the Investigations Police of Chile.
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The powers and duties of the Investigations Police of Chile, which acts as assistant to Public Prosecutor in the investigation tasks, are provided for in Articles of the Criminal Procedure Code Law The extradition of accused paties is conducted through the provisions of the Convention on Extradition of Montevideo and the respective extradition treaty with the country in which the accused is being processed.
The authorities and official channels to conduct an extradition procedure are the Supreme Court, the Public Prosecutor Ministerio Publico through the prosecutors and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Chile. The Supreme Court of Chile has issued judgements and case law related to child pornography and interception of private communications. The rulings and decisions of the Supreme Court may be accessed directly on the website of the Judicial Branch of Chile in:.
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Status regarding Budapest Convention Lley Cybercrime legislation State of cybercrime legislation. Then offenses related to the use of information and computer systems that are sanctioned and punished in Chile are the following: Ley 19, del 7 de 192233 de Take possession, use or unduly know the information contained in an information processing system or to intercept, interfere or access the information system Art.
Ley 19, del 7 de Junio de 1922 disclose or disseminate data conatined in an information system Art. Ley 19, del 7 de Junio de Conduct sexual acts with minors Art. The criminal procedural legislation in Chile provides the following: Related laws and regulations. Specialised institutions The powers of the Public Prosecutor to investigate acts constituting crimes are laid down in Articles A and B of the Chilean Constitution.
International cooperation Legal Framework. Competent authorities and channels. The rulings and decisions of the Supreme Court may be accessed directly on the website of the Judicial Branch of Chile in: