Last Month, the Inter-American Development Bank, in association with the Organisation of American States, launched a publication titled: Cybersecurity: Are We Ready in Latin America and the Caribbean? According to the blurb on the website: The 2016 Cybersecurity Report is the result of the collaboration between the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Organization of American […]
Some months ago, I had mentioned that the Caribbean Development Portal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) launched an online survey “to get a sense of views within the region regarding the relative importance of various policy objectives in the area of ICT”. Like most in the region, […]
By now, the news cycle surrounding the temporary shutdown of Whatsapp by a Brazilian Court has petered out. If you missed it (or are only reading this 50 years later!), the gist is that in 2015 Whatsapp is a large transnational mobile messaging service with global appeal and very high reach in Brazil. Prosecutors in […]
The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) is currently conducting a survey to determine The priorities for the Information Society in the Caribbean. Pretty heady stuff. Go to http://caribbean.eclac.org/content/survey-priorities-information-society-caribbean to take part. You can even opt to leave an email for follow-up contact.
Published. This time, in the Allen Overy Global Litigation Survey 2015. Mary Mahabir Q.C. and I produced the Barbados Chapter.
After recent discussions with members of the local internet governance community in Barbados, a decision has been taken to take active steps towards the formation of an Internet Society Chapter in Barbados. What Is the Internet Society? The Internet Society (ISOC) is an international, non-profit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet related […]