In this week’s africast we ask what could be done if the government kicks you off the web.
Citing a failure to comply with new rules, India’s IT Ministry filed court documents outlining that Twitter’s lost its liability protection.
The SANEF has welcomed news that journalists are the next segment of frontline workers that will be prioritised to receive vaccines.
As COVID-19 infections in India are on the rise, the government is seemingly more concerned with criticism its receiving on social media.
In its desire to see the origin of citizen’s WhatsApp messages, the Indian government wants to employ an alpha-numeric hashing to track.
“Our connectivity programme has to be revised from connecting health and schools to connecting homes,” says Minister Ntshavheni.
According to the Financial Times, the ban is part of phased approach that will see the UK remove all of Huawei tech by 2027.
On average government grants provide 48 percent of university revenue. 33 percent comes from tuition.
While many businesses embraced digital transformation ahead of lockdown, many haven’t yet and can’t afford to ignore it anymore
Zoom shut down the accounts of activists wanting to plan memorials for the Tiananmen Square massacre.
The UK government is considering an economic initiative which could see more electric cars on its roads in future.
This follows a report from The Guardian which discovered the personal data of migrants, and how easy it was to obtain.
Qualifying criteria, application process and electronic lodging of R350 COVID-19 grants detailed.
Projections predict 1 000 000 more unemployed in South Africa according to Thulas Nxesi.
The minister has been put on special leave for two months one of which is unpaid.
The pandemic is seeing British telecoms providers make moves to help their customers working remotely.
With government agencies wanting to take digital transformation seriously, Kyocera’s Nancy Meyer looks at what steps need to be taken to get the process up and running.
How strictly these new online content rules will be enforced, remains to be seen.