Posts by Datalaws:

Combating Computer Crime in Africa, Proposal for a Pan-African Cyber Crime Legal Framework

Written on August 20th, 2010 by
Categories: Science & Technology

Combating Computer Crime in Africa, Proposal for a Pan-African Cyber Crime Legal Framework F. Franklin Akinsuyi (LL.B, BL, MSc, LLM) MBCS[1] African countries are at various stages in their implementation of e-government and e-commerce environments. This is being undertaken with...
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Nigerian Cyber Crime and Privacy Legislation, Time for Review

Written on August 9th, 2010 by
Categories: Science & Technology

Nigerian Cyber Crime and Privacy Legislations, Time for Review F. Franklin Akinsuyi (LL.B, BL, MSc, LLM) MBCS[1] Nigeria has been in the throes of implementing technology law and computer crime legislation for the best part of half a decade. Within this period, there have been two Bills ...
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Combating Identity Theft

Written on February 28th, 2009 by
Categories: General Articles

Combating Identity Theft Article by F. Franklin Akinsuyi (LL.B, BL, MSc, LLM)[1], Introduction: Identity theft has taken up new grounds in the debate about the protection of personal information. High profile successful unauthorised and fraudulent access to databases where personal information is...
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The Dawning of Information Security Legislations, What Nigerian Corporations Can Do to Prepare

Written on February 26th, 2009 by
Categories: General Articles

The Dawning of Information Security Legislations, What Nigerian Corporations Can Do to Prepare <!--[if !supportEmptyParas]-->Franklin F Akinsuyi<!--[if !supportFootnotes]-->[1]<!--[endif]--> (LL.B, BL, MSc, LLM) <!--[endif]--> Information security relates to the protec...
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Data Protection Legislation for Nigeria, The Time is Now!

Written on October 4th, 2007 by
Categories: General Articles

Data Protection Legislation for Nigeria, The Time is Now! Franklin F Akinsuyi (LL.B, B.L, MSc, LL.M) [1] Over the last decade, identity theft has become one of the fastest growing global crimes[2]. This can be attributed to a number of reasons: · Huge margins for little effort and risk ...
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