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South Africa’s Next Generation Radio Frequency Spectrum Draft Policy is about to be published – Will it bring more certainty for SMMEs in the telecoms sector?
This article discussed the evidence obligations of Electronic Communications Service Providers in terms of the Cybercrimes Act.
This article considers the Dubai Virtual Assets Regulation and provides an overview of the law and its impact on the crypto world.
South Africa’s Constitutional Court ruled for ETV, earlier today, in a dispute with the Minister for the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies over digital migration.
Today marks 46 years since the 16 June 1976 Soweto Youth Uprising. In the advent of democracy, this day was declared a public holiday to honour the sacrifices and to commemorate the contributions of the youth in the fight against
Following the “Schrems 2” decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on 16 July 2020 invalidating the privacy shield((The Court of Justice invalidates Decision...
Social media is abuzz with the latest Netflix documentary “The Tinder Swindler”. This documentary follows the lives of three women who were swindled by a con artist, who lured them into a romantic relationship on Tinder.
In South Africa, commissioners of oaths are regulated by the Justices of The Peace and Commissioners of Oaths Act (“the Act”).
South Africa’s Next Generation Radio Frequency Spectrum Draft Policy is about to be published – Will it bring more certainty for SMMEs in the telecoms sector?
This article discussed the evidence obligations of Electronic Communications Service Providers in terms of the Cybercrimes Act.
This article considers the Dubai Virtual Assets Regulation and provides an overview of the law and its impact on the crypto world.
South Africa’s Constitutional Court ruled for ETV, earlier today, in a dispute with the Minister for the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies over digital migration.
Today marks 46 years since the 16 June 1976 Soweto Youth Uprising. In the advent of democracy, this day was declared a public holiday to honour the sacrifices and to commemorate the contributions of the youth in the fight against
Following the “Schrems 2” decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on 16 July 2020 invalidating the privacy shield((The Court of Justice invalidates Decision...
Social media is abuzz with the latest Netflix documentary “The Tinder Swindler”. This documentary follows the lives of three women who were swindled by a con artist, who lured them into a romantic relationship on Tinder.
In South Africa, commissioners of oaths are regulated by the Justices of The Peace and Commissioners of Oaths Act (“the Act”).
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