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CHANGING THE INTERNET AS WE KNOW IT

In October last year, President Cyril Ramphoasa signed the Films and Publications Amendment Bill (“the Bill”) into law. The Bill first entered the National Assembly in 2015, but not before it was widely criticised as archaic, vague and broad enough to include everything from hard-core pornography to cat videos on Youtube. The last four years before the Bill’s enactment, have [...]

By | 10th March, 2020|4IR, Cybersecurity, Data Protection, Media Law, PPM Attorneys, Privacy Law|

HOW THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT LIMITS YOUR FREEDOM

The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (“the CPA”) is one of the simplest pieces of legislation – and consequently, it provides for the plain and simple language in consumer contracts.   The law of contract is regulated by common law and the CPA seeks to create statutory obligations to impact the common law of contract.  As a result, the CPA [...]

By | 10th October, 2017|Consumer Law, PPM Attorneys|