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Review Of The Key Provisions Of The Data Protection Regulation 2019
Despite the growing demand for data brought about by the fourth industrial revolution, Nigeria has through the years, been without a comprehensive and single legislation on the protection
Nigeria
26 Jun 2019
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Privacy, Social Media And The Workplace
It was about noon. Samuel had concluded some routine workplace assignments, but had a few more to attend to. He heaved a sigh, and thought- ‘I'll resume to those, after this well-deserved time-out'.
Nigeria
13 Aug 2018
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Cambridge Analytica: The Case For Robust And Unified Data Protection Standards In Nigeria
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is a staggering reveal of the large-scale potential for manipulation of social media users' data.
Nigeria
17 Apr 2018
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Legal Implications Of Offshore Cloud Computing: Data Sovereignty
Technology has continued to evolve and transform seemingly all orthodox and traditional processes at an alarming pace.
Nigeria
20 Jan 2017
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Big Brother Is ‘Tapping In'… Loud And Clear!
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has concluded plans to introduce Lawful Interception (LI); a legally sanctioned official access to private communications, such as telephone calls or email messages
Nigeria
18 Oct 2016
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Data Protection In Nigeria: A Call For A Single Legislative Framework
Data protection laws exist to strike a balance between the rights of individuals to privacy and the ability of companies to use data for the purposes of their business.
Nigeria
29 Sep 2016
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Big Brother Is 'Tapping In'... Loud And Clear!
The Nigerian Communications Commission has concluded plans to introduce Lawful Interception, a legally sanctioned official access to private communications, such as telephone calls or e-mail messages.
Nigeria
10 Apr 2013
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