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Above: The law is coming to cybertown. The next steps will be crucial to ensuring freedom of expression. Illustration by BeeBright/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1098 for June 20, 2017 […]
Above: Digital illusrtation by Andreus/DepositPhotos Originally published on the KnowProse website and reproduced by permission of the author. I like the spirit of the bill. My […]
The Cybercrime Bill, 2017 was read by Attorney General Faris al Rawi on Friday 05 May, 2017 during the second session of the 11th Parliament as […]
Above: Trinidad & Tobago’s delegation to OAS Cyber-Security Colloquium. From left, Sean Fouche, IT Manger of CARICOM IMPACS; Amos Sylvester, law enforcement; Angus Smith, Manager, Trinidad […]
By Shiva Bissessar I previously presented a partial analysis on the Trinidad & Tobago Cybercrime Bill 2014, entitled “T&T Cybercrime bill demands multi-stakeholder input” which can […]
Shiva Bissessar discusses the Cybercrime bill with Kejan Haynes on TV6’s In Conclusion
The Cyber Crime Bill (2014) that contains provisions to charge journalists and their sources for electronic tip-offs raises deep concerns within the media profession and should […]
Shiva Bissessar attended two sessions of the 2014 ICT Symposium and returned with this story about an some unsung heroes of the earliest days of national […]
The case for Multi-stakeholder engagement in reviewing the Trinidad & Tobago Cybercrime Bill, 2014 By Shiva Bissessar, B.Sc. (Hons.) MBA M.Sc., Managing & Technical Director, Pinaka Technology […]
From the abstract of the document… THE CYBERCRIME BILL, 2014 The purpose of the Cybercrime Bill, 2013 is to provide for the creation of offences related […]