e24702_SN008 Translated from French 2 Computer-related crime concerns any offense involving the use of information and communication technologies. In this regard, the concepts of cybercrime, computerrelated crime, cybercriminal, computer-related offenses, hi-tech crime, etc., have the same meaning. Therefore, for obvious crime-policy reasons, a cyberstrategy for dealing with cybercrime needs to be developed in Senegal by adapting the penal system, in particular updating traditional definitions of criminal offenses and adjusting traditional procedural instruments in the light of information and communication technologies. The present draft law consists of two parts: (1) part one, relating to substantive criminal law, consists of three titles dealing with the establishment of offenses specific to information and communication technologies and the adaptation of certain definitions of offenses and certain penalties to the context of information and communication technologies; (2) part two, relating to criminal procedural law, consists of two titles concerning, on the one hand, adjustments to traditional procedures in the light of information and communication technologies and, on the other, the adoption of a procedure specific to offenses relating to personal data. This is the subject of the present draft law.