On October 25, the Ministry of the Interior and Public Security (Ministerio del Interior y Seguridad Publica) announced that it referred a new Computer Crimes bill to the National Congress (source document in Spanish). The Computer Crimes bill, part of Chile's National Cybersecurity Strategy, would replace the current regulation promulgated in 1993. The bill proposed to create several types of cybercrimes, including unauthorized access, disruption, or damage to a computer, and improve government coordination and response to cyber incidents.

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