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4 Apr 2021
Every Nigerian has a Constitutional right to privacy. The Nigerian Data Protection Regulations (NDPR) introduced in 2019 also regulates and protects the processing of personal data of Nigerians. It provides minimum policies and practices that must be present in any organization that handles and processes the personal data of Nigerians. This includes the personal data…
6 Jun 2020
With the recent rise in news reports of sexual assaults in different parts of the country, the time is ripe to reach deep into the inner recesses of the law to find, if any, possible lasting solutions to the menace. In so doing, it is expedient to examine a seeming controversial position of the law…

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US-based Prince Harry is appealing to the UK courts after the government refused to allow him police protection paid for out of his own pocket, arguing the decision means he cannot return home.
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Microsoft warned Sunday that a cyberattack targeting key Ukrainian government systems, which Kyiv believes may be the work of Russia, could prove destructive and affect more organisations than initially feared.
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