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Inside the Information Society: After WSIS – Looking back or looking forwards?

London [23 May 2016]

*_David Souter comments each week on an important issue for APC members and others concerned about the Information Society.

WCIT and Africa

Grahamstown

The Internet stands at a crossroads. Built from the bottom up, powered by the people, it has become a powerful economic engine and a positive social force.

ICT Policy in Africa and the Internet and Human Rights

In this post, I am going to address two main issues: the need and role of ICT policy in Africa, and the relationship between Internet and human rights. The landscape of ICTs probably is the fastest growing sector ever experienced with any medium or any transformative technology.

ICT Policy Interventions to Promote Digital Participation in Africa

Information Communication Technologies (ICT’s) are increasingly used by government agencies across the African continent with a view to making their service offerings more widely accessible. E-governance is widely considered a powerful and effective tool in the fight against corruption which it achieves by increasing transparency, efficiency and greater accountability of Government officials.

Is Africa becoming ground for ICT innovation and transformation in ICT policies?

It is amazing to note the growth of ICT in Africa. Truth is that growth is measured in many ways and my measurement is based on the African environment. Many countries in Africa with exception of a few face the same challenges i.e. lack of infrastructure, poverty, education levels, unemployment to mention but a few.

ICT Policy in critical need of attention in Africa

ICT Policy in critical need of attention in Africa

ICT’s potential for political, social and economic transformation of society is not contested and Africa is exploding with a desire to be connected to the rest of the world more than ever. There is evidence that many countries on the continent are investing in ICT in order to reap the benefits.

3rd Technical Report - Media Piracy

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December 2009
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First Technical Report on Media Piracy project

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October 2008
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