Sunday, 4th December 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

Cybercrime Act

12 Jun 2019
The Federal Government has vowed to pursue the amendment of the Cybercrime Act, which many lawyers, journalists and activists have described as repressive, unconstitutional and illegal.
10 Dec 2018
Today, banks swim in the “ocean” of technology-driven products to reach customers. The propositions have gone from distance considerations to seamlessness, convenience, availability, precision and data proofs.
17 Sep 2017
The field of copyright and related rights has expanded enormously with the progress in technology in recent past.
4 Sep 2017
The Information Technology System and Security Professionals (ITSSP), on Monday, called for proper implementation of the Cybercrime Act 2015.
4 Mar 2017
Experts have stressed the need for the implementation of the Cybercrime Act in the country. The Act became a law in Nigeria in 2015.Panelists, who were gathered on the 4th day of the Social Media Week...
26 Oct 2016
The implementation of the Cybercrime Act 2015 will require total collaboration between the legal profession and professionals in the digital, mobile and computer forensics.
22 May 2016
An ICT expert, Mr. Gimba Mohammed, has called on the Federal Government to amend the Cybercrime Act in order to tackle the country’s cyber crime and security challenges.

Latest

11 mins ago
Israeli President Isaac Herzog arrived Sunday in Bahrain, the first visit by an Israeli head of state to the small Gulf kingdom since the two countries normalised relations in 2020. Herzog, whose role is largely ceremonial, was greeted at the airport by Bahraini Foreign Minister Abdullatif al-Zayani, according to pictures posted to his Twitter account.…
39 mins ago
Australian police charged a high-profile Islamic State suspect with six terrorism-related offences Sunday, two days after he was extradited from Turkey, officials said. Neil Christopher Prakash, 31, was accused of offences including engaging in hostile activity overseas, supporting a terrorist organisation, and advocating terrorism, police said. He was charged in Melbourne by a counter-terrorism team…
1 hour ago
Thousands of villagers living near Indonesia's Mount Semeru were racing for refuge Sunday to the wail of emergency sirens as lava snaked towards their homes under a black sky after the volcano erupted. Locals fled on motorbikes sometimes three at a time as a mushroom cloud of ash approached and monsoon rains lashed the area…
1 hour ago
Are you, without a doubt, outgoing, vibrant, and the life of the party? Or are you, in fact, an extremely sad human, empty on the inside, who needs the hustle and bustle of human interaction to survive? Well, extroverts can be said to be the bane of introverts' existence. This group is always said to…
1 hour ago
Fifty-seven former hostages of a rebel group in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, some young women used as sex slaves, were reunited with their families Saturday, AFP correspondents saw. They were freed last weekend after a large-scale Congolese-Ugandan military operation allowed them to escape the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), one of dozens of armed groups…