Trinidad and Tobago Cybercrime Bill 2014 laid in Parliament

The Trinidad and Tobago Cybercrime Bill 2014 was introduced in the House of Representatives in March 2014 to provide for the creation of offences related to cybercrime and for other related matters in Trinidad and Tobago including

  • child pornography
  • using a computer system to set up a meeting with a child for the purpose of abusing the child.
  • the offence of violating a person’s  privacy by capturing and sharing pictures or videos of a person’s private area without his consent.
  • the offence of harassment through the use of electronic means with the intent to cause emotional distress.
  • criminalising the act of sending multiple electronic mail messages that are unsolicited and which causes harm to a person or damage to a computer.

The Bill can be viewed at