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Above: The T&T Financial Complex. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. While the Central Bank welcomes technological developments that strengthen efficiency and financial inclusion, the establishment of a […]
Man thinking at typewriter. Photo by everett225/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1146 for May 24, 2018 In a discussion before the JSC about the Cybercrime Bill a week ago, Chairman […]
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 […]
The Ministry of Works and Transport would like to acknowledge the recent launch of Uber, a taxi service facilitated by the use of a smart phone […]
Above: Ria Mohammed-Davidson of the Faculty of Law at UWI St Augustine speaks at the Media Association talk at the Ken Gordon School of Journalism and […]
Shiva Bissessar discusses the Cybercrime bill with Kejan Haynes on TV6’s In Conclusion
The e-Legislative Agenda – Trinidad and Tobago By: Atiba Phillips – Principal Consultant, INFOCOMM Technologies (ICT) Ltd (www.ict.co.tt). Reproduced here by kind permission of the author. The […]
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 […]