Category Archives: Telecommunications

Jamaica Logistics Hub: Investment Opportunities

Expansive special economic zones facilitating assembly, warehousing, sorting, distribution and other value-added services, particularly for industries catering to time sensitive and high-value cargo Continue reading

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Internet is “essential” for modern life, according to a German court

“The Internet plays a very important role today and affects the private life of an individual in very decisive ways.” Continue reading

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Internet grows by 79 Octillion

By Charles Wanguhu While population grows and we continue to run out of spaces to live, it may be taken as positive news that the internet will always have space for a billion more .  The launch of a new … Continue reading

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The google case: The fear of tracking

By Emma Peart Google have faced criticism through suggestions it has held data on users without their knowledge. Brown et al v. Google involves individuals using Google’s mobile phone technology who are bringing an action against Google for storing information … Continue reading

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Android Gets Google In Hot Water

By: Ainsley Brown It would seem that Android, the smartphone software platform, has landed Google in some hot water. And, no it’s not some glitch in the system – Android users can now breath a sigh of relief. The hot … Continue reading

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Telstra To Be Broken Up

By: Ainsley Brown The Australian telecommunications group Telstra is to be broken up in a move to spur competiotion. The telecommunications giant, according to Australia’s Communications Minister, Stephen Conroy, would be forced to separate its retail and wholesale arms if … Continue reading

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World’s Second Largest law Firm, Linklaters, Sees Off €50 Million Negligence Claim.

By: Ainsley Brown Linklaters can now breath a huge sigh of relief has it got only what can be only called a light tap on the wrist – to say a slap would be too harsh- by being order to … Continue reading

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What happens when regulation lags behind innovation?

By Charles Kamau Wanguhu   In the development of new legislation and regulations to keep pace with innovations and developments in a sector of the economy in whose interest are the regulations? Furthermore in keeping pace with innovation should regulation … Continue reading

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