Reporters Without Borders is protesting Maldives strong controls over Internet use, reporting that the government has jailed four Internet users for posting articles that are critical of the government. see: CAIP v. SOCAN also see: ISPs Free From Paying Royalties for Downloads
Africa Needs Computer Security Response Team
This article reflects on Africa’s inadequate framework to deal with cybercrime and online security issues. see: CAIP v. SOCAN also see: ISPs Free From Paying Royalties for Downloads
Bangladesh Business Wants E-Law
Bangladesh businesses, including subsidiaries of global banks, are calling on the government to establish a digital law to facilitate electronic trading.
How Law Can Help Bridge the Digital Divide
Professor Geist’s regular Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) discusses how law can help bridge the digital divide. The column reflects on a recent United Nations sponsored meeting on e-commerce law in Asia which highlighted not only great enthusiasm of the developing world, […]
Call For Ghana to Tackle Cybercrime
Report on increasing calls for Ghana to respond to growing cybercrime by instituting legislative reforms.