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WELCOME TO CYBERPOL THE INTERNATIONAL CYBER POLICING ORGANIZATION

CYBERPOL CYBER POLICING AGENCY is the leading Public Utility Agency for investigating cyber crimes and cyber attacks by criminals, international adversaries, and cyber terrorists. The growing threats are incredibly serious and harmful content capable of affecting the physical, emotional and psychological well-being of all Internet users. CYBERPOL The International Cyber Policing Organization was established by Royal Decree WL.22/16.595. The organization is governed by Treaty 124 as public utility in public interest.

IMPORTANT NOTICE CYBERPOL – OFFICERS & STAFF

All CYBERPOL Officers and Staff are Protected by the Vienna Convention 1961 On International Organizations.

PUBLIC NOTICE:

We are aware that there are fake propaganda that CYBERPOL Decrees were revoked: By Federal law Article 108 “The King makes decrees and regulations required for the execution of laws, without ever having the power either to suspend the laws themselves or to grant dispensation from their execution.”

KBO REF: https://www.cyberpol.info/2019/10/09/companies-register-bce-kbo-notice/

Belgian law 27 June 1921 with insert, Title III, on AISBL of 2 May 2002. The AISBL acquires legal status on day of recognition.

Stay Safe: Beware of scams using CYBERPOL’s name Press to Search a Fake CYBERPOL User

DO NOT COPY, USE OR IMPERSONATE ANY PART OF CYBERPOL OR IT’S MARKS. IT IS A FELONY AND CAN BE FINED UP TOO €100K AND / OR IMPRISONED FOR UP TO 5 YEARS!

MEDIA NOTICE: Please take note that in order to use the “Word” CYBERPOL in any publications a permission must be obtained by CYBERPOL Organization prior to publication as the word is protected under Intellectual publications rights trademark number CMT 014505473 (WORD MARK). Failing to obtain such rights will automatically result in penalties under  EU Trade Mark Regulation (EU) 2015/2424 and Directive to the laws of relating to trade marks (EU)2015/2436 (the Trade Marks Directive) inter-alia , Books XV (Enforcement) and XVII (Special Procedures) of the Commercial Code; the Criminal Code; the EU Customs Regulation (608/2013); and the EU Implementing Regulation (1352/2013), with official reference to Article 11 of the Act on Computer Programs of June 30th 1994 (implementing Article 7(1) of the EU Computer Program Directive)

AS A MATTER OF ROUTINE, YOU CONSENT TO YOUR HARDWARE AND TRACKING INFORMATION ALONG WITH YOUR LOCATION, TIME STAMP AND METADATA BEING RECORDED ON CYBERPOL SYSTEMS.

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