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5th Session of the 10th Parliament

The Cybercrime Bill, 2015

An Act to provide for the creation of offences related to cybercrime and related matters

The purpose of the Cybercrime Bill, 2015 is to provide for the creation of offences related to cybercrime and for other related matters in Trinidad and Tobago. The Bill would be inconsistent with sections 4 and 5 of the Constitution and is therefore required to be passed by a special majority of three-fifths of the members of each House. The resulting Act will come into effect upon Proclamation.

Related: The Trinidad and Tobago Cyber Security Agency Bill, 2015

Document: Bill Essentials


Bill No.: House of Representatives Bill 7 of 2015
Introduced in: House of Representatives
Introduced by: Senator the Honourable Brig. Gen. Carlton Alfonso [Minister of National Security]
Introduced on: 01-May-2015
Published in Gazette on:
Progress:
House of Representatives
01-May-2015 1st Reading PDF icon (121.4 kb) | Hansard PDF icon (624.1 kb)
Sen. the Hon. Brig. Gen. Carlton Alfonso [Minister of National Security]
13-May-2015 2nd Reading | Hansard PDF icon (579.6 kb)
Sen. the Hon. Brig. Gen. Carlton Alfonso [Minister of National Security]
Hon. Dr. Rupert Griffith, MP [Toco/Sangre Grande] [Minister of Science and Technology]
15-May-2015 2nd Reading | Hansard PDF icon (606.8 kb)
Hon. Dr. Rupert Griffith, MP [Toco/Sangre Grande] [Minister of Science and Technology]
Mr. Jack Warner, MP [Chaguanas West] [Opposition Member]
Hon. Dr. Roodal Moonilal, MP [Oropouche East] [Minister of Housing and Urban Development]
Hon. Clifton De Coteau, MP [Moruga/Tableland] [Minister of Gender, Youth and Child Development]
Hon. Nizam Baksh, MP [Naparima] [Minister of Public Utilities]
17-Jun-2015 Bill Lapsed
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