Join us for this webinar on Tuesday 29 March from 10h00 to 12h00. Speakers: Dr Allen Munoriyarwa (University of Johannesburg) on Cybersecurity Legislation in Southern Africa and Mr. Paul Kimumwe (Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa) on The Impact of Cybercrime Laws on Internet Rights in Africa. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more […]
IPPR Research Associate and Secretary of the Internet Society Chapter in Namibia, Roswitha Ndumbu, assesses the prospects for a Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in Namibia
For many first world countries, the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) – which refers to the fusion of advances in artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the internet of things (IoT), and other technologies – is already upon them. Countries such as the United States have made great strides in providing a blueprint for others to reference especially […]
Digitalisation is transforming how media products are both created and accessed. Consumers can now exercise more control over their media use in terms of how they access content. Consumers are increasingly likely to only access a few stories from newspapers or TV stations rather than reading a newspaper from cover to cover or watching an […]
Globally, the media industry is undergoing a far-reaching transformation as a result of rapid economic, technological and political changes over the past decade. The digital revolution has been positive in many respects: significantly more people are now able to affordably and quickly access vast amounts of information via internet platforms around the world. However, digitalisation […]
The proposed cybercrimes bill could threaten human rights – a better approach is needed
The ACTION coalition, which includes IPPR, recently submitted these inputs on the draft broadband policy.