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FACIL contests government practices in the Superior Court

Montréal

FACIL, a non-profit association, which promotes the collective appropriation of Free Software, contests the Quebec government purchasing methods for software used within public administrations.

FIRST WORKING GROUP ON CYBER LAW IN INDIA

DELHI, INDIA

The legal enablement of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in India is becoming a big challenge for India.

Community Radio Initiators Ready to Run the Stations Soon in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) along with other like-minded organizations has been conducting advocacy with the Government for community radio in Bangladesh since its ince

Corporate Law in India and E-Governance

DELHI, INDIA

A very crucial question that has been recently raised by a reporter goes like this “Is National E-Governance Services Delivery Gateway Part of E-Governance?”.

Can Public Initiatives Fill The Governmental Policy Vacuum?

New Delhi, India

Policies making and their implementation is a governmental task. There is always a big gap between the desired policies and actual policies that are in existence.

ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Dear ICTD 4D researchers

The Strengthening ICT4D Research Capacity in Asia (SIRCA) Programme is pleased to announce a call for grant proposals.

Cybercrime legislations and gender

Prague

The new edition of GenderIT.org examines the issue of cybercrime legislation through a gendered perspective and its implication on women, in collaboration with the ICT Policy Monitor Latinamerica and

Cyber Forensics in India: Is Government of India Serious?

New Delhi, India.

Cyber Forensics is an important field of criminal investigation. However, it requires a sound expertise to be practiced.

E-Governance in India

New Delhi, India.

Very few words are more fanciful than the words electronic governance (e-governance). These words have a tendency to portray an image of all advanced Nation or capable manpower.

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