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Nigeria Data Protection Regulation

7 Apr
The House of Representatives is moving to get telecommunication subscribers protected against breach of privacies which often leads to fraud and loss of funds.
2 Sep 2020
Companies and business organizations operating in the country have been urged to comply with the Nigeria Data Protection Regulation (NDPR).
5 Mar 2020
Even as protection of personal data has received global attention as a signal for trust in the business space, the need for enforcement of policies by countries to protect their data is critical.

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