Legal

Total 38 Posts

Kenya is struggling to deliver justice online

Kenya needs not just the necessary laws and regulations but the information and communication technology infrastructure. For example, there should be cybersecurity software and hardware free from software tagging.

Understanding South Africa's cyber laws

You can also listen to the podcast on: Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Youโ€™ll often hear it being mentioned that South Africa has one of the best constitutions in the world. We could even go further and argue that this excellence in legal matters also extends into the countryโ€™

Egypt has sentenced 5 women to 2 years in jail for their TikTok videos

Five women have been sentenced to 2 years in jail in Egypt over their TikTok videos which the authorities have said are a violation of public morals.

Policymakers are keen on breaking up Big Tech

The chief executives of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google testified before the USA's Congress on 29 July 2020 to defend their market dominance from accusations theyโ€™re stifling rivals.

How to protect your data online

Joining us on this episode of the Tech Legal Matters podcast is Rob Shavell, CEO of Abine, he shares some tips on personal data protection.

(Un)acceptable use of free Internet access data allocated to students

Does the South African government's allocation of mobile data to students (for accessing the Internet) justify monitoring activities occurring on students' devices during the COVID-19 lockdown?

The intersection between cybercrime laws and data protection laws in South Africa

The coherence of cybersecurity and data protection laws in the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) are of premium importance in that methods to overcome security systems as well as the compromising of personal information in South Africa.