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Cameroon has launched a nationwide campaign to curb cybercrime and what the government calls social media misuse
Cameroon's electoral body, ELCAM, had its official Facebook page hacked in June with the intruders posting untrue and misleading information about the body’s operations. As such, the government has launched an anti-cyber crime campaign.
Mayors in Cameroon have received training on how to integrate Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in their local community development programs.
Cameroon is planning to begin accepting the payment of customs duties and other related taxes via mobile money services.
Cameroon's proposed digital library for state-owned universities is expected to facilitate access to digital documentation which is currently expensive for the country’s state universities given the very lean budgets they run on.
Cameroon ICT Innovation Week is an annual gathering that brings together hundreds of Cameroonian youth with amazing ICT start-up ideas to exhibit their skills, network among themselves, and find avenues for the funding of such projects to maturation.
New mobile-money interoperability solution rolled out for Cameroon, Republic of Congo, Chad, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon
An integrated electronic payment service known as GIMACPAY has been introduced in all six countries of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa, CEMAC.