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Peru Law N ° 30.414 (Political Organizations) - 2016

It modifies the law on political organizations, and establishes that the founding act of the political party must include an “express sworn statement from each of the founders stating their commitment and democratic vocation, unrestricted respect for the constitutional state of law and freedoms and fundamental rights. Furthermore, it establishes the obligation that "the founders of the party may not be prosecuted or convicted for crimes of terrorism and / or illicit drug trafficking."

Peru Law No. 30.171 (Computer Crimes Law) - 2013

The type of criminal discrimination is modified to also include incitement to discrimination. The aggravating circumstance is modified to indicate that it occurs when the discrimination materializes "through acts of physical or mental violence or through the Internet or other similar means".

Peru Law No. 30.077 (Law against Organized Crime) - 2013

Law against organized crime that establishes communication intervention measures and imposed a duty of confidentiality on natural and legal persons in the private sector who are collaborating with the delivery of information, when required.

Peru Law N ° 30.076 (Law to ensure Efficient Development) - 2013

Creates a new crime called "serious disturbance of public tranquility" in article 315-A of the Penal Code, which sanctions the dissemination by "social media or any other by which the news, the imminent realization can be massively disseminated of a false or non-existent fact or situation, related to damage or potential damage to the life and integrity of people or public or private property ".

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