Finland policy on cybercrime

There is no established definition for cybercrime In Finland. Traditionally cybercrime has referred to crime targeted at information networks and related services. It is acknowledged that majority of crimes can be committed by using computers. For example property crime is one of the most common cybercrimes. Most such crimes are fraud and means of payment offences, money laundering, extortion, Sexual abuse of children and young persons. Also individuals with ties to violent extremism and terrorism use the internet to distribute propaganda and terrorist material, recruit new members, and engage in violent radicalisation. Terrorists also use the internet to exchange messages and plan activities such as terrorist acts.