The resources described below will help you identify and/or retrieve national laws pertaining to cyber crime and related topics.
The U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) maintains this free database of national legislation and case law related to cyber crime. Search by keyword or browse by country or other criteria. For legislation, the full text is displayed in its original language or in English translation (sometimes both). For cases, only a brief summary in English is provided. Note that the Cybercrime Repository is a subset of a larger UNODC database called SHERLOC, which includes national legislation and case law related to all types of transnational crime.
International Encyclopaedia of Laws -- Cyber Law Online
This resource offers detailed, book-length summaries of national laws pertaining to information technology in 31 jurisdictions worldwide. Each jurisdiction-specific treatise follows a standard outline, making it easy to compare laws across jurisdictions. Topics covered in each outline include computer-related crime (Part VII). Citations to primary laws are included. All content is available for download in PDF format.
The Foreign Law Guide
Use this subscription database to identify primary law sources for jurisdictions outside the U.S. From the homepage, scroll down and click on the tab labeled "Laws by Subject." Select "Cybercrime, Data Protection, Information & Internet" from alphabetical list of subjects. Then select the desired jurisdiction and scroll down for laws to combat cyber crime. In some cases, you will find a direct link to an electronic version of a law. In other cases, only a citation to a print source is provided. Ask a librarian for assistance in locating print sources.
This user-friendly subscription database allows you to search by keyword in English for national laws and regulations from 90 jurisdictions worldwide. After running a search, use the country filters on the left to narrow by jurisdiction or click on the "Advanced Mode" link, displayed above the search results, to enter additional search terms linked by Boolean operators. For non-English-speaking jurisdictions, machine-generated English translations are provided, along with a link to the law or regulation in its original language.