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This article summarises the March 2023 updates to the Information Commissioner’s Office guidance note on Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection.
This article discusses whether works generated by AI software systems can be copyrighted by a natural person for self-benefit.
This article discusses the shift in the cybersecurity responsibility in light of the US National Cybersecurity Strategy, the Principles and Approaches for Security by Design and Default and the European Union Cyber Resilience Act.
This article discusses the applicable privacy laws when using Artificial Intelligence for the purposes of profiling.
ChatGPT is a new AI chatbot that has set created much controversy. This article discusses some of the legal issues concerning its use.
Cyber attacks are on the rise. This article provides some tips that a business can implement to minimise business email compromises.
This article discusses a high court judgement that ruled on business email compromise and why it is important for organisations such as law firms.
This article discusses the Film and Publications Amendment Act in relation to child safety online and what this means for service providers.
This article discusses the type of security compromises that must be reported to the Information Regulator and compares the South African position to the GDPR.
Tshepiso and Mathando discuss key takeaways from the recent PPM webinar delivering ICT Infrastructure and Services in South Africa through Public-Private Partnerships.
This article summarises the March 2023 updates to the Information Commissioner’s Office guidance note on Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection.
This article discusses whether works generated by AI software systems can be copyrighted by a natural person for self-benefit.
This article discusses the shift in the cybersecurity responsibility in light of the US National Cybersecurity Strategy, the Principles and Approaches for Security by Design and Default and the European Union Cyber Resilience Act.
This article discusses the applicable privacy laws when using Artificial Intelligence for the purposes of profiling.
ChatGPT is a new AI chatbot that has set created much controversy. This article discusses some of the legal issues concerning its use.
Cyber attacks are on the rise. This article provides some tips that a business can implement to minimise business email compromises.
This article discusses a high court judgement that ruled on business email compromise and why it is important for organisations such as law firms.
This article discusses the Film and Publications Amendment Act in relation to child safety online and what this means for service providers.
This article discusses the type of security compromises that must be reported to the Information Regulator and compares the South African position to the GDPR.
Tshepiso and Mathando discuss key takeaways from the recent PPM webinar delivering ICT Infrastructure and Services in South Africa through Public-Private Partnerships.
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