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Posted on on Mauritius, Legislation
Mauritius IGF and Internet Society respond to ICTA's consultation paper.
Posted on on Mauritius, Legislation
On Friday 14th May 2021, writer Ariel Saramandi and the ICTA Chairman, Dick Ng Sui Wa, spoke on the BBC Newsday1 programme. They both spoke on ICTA's consultation paper on proposed amendments to the ICT Act of Mauritius. Ish Sookun · Ariel Saramandi & Dick Ng Sui Wa respond to BBC&
Posted on on Mauritius, Legislation
The ICT Authority remains in complete denial despite Mozilla and Google's strong statement asking ICTA to abandon the idea of the proposed frameworks in their consultation paper.
Posted on on Mauritius, Legislation
International NGOs called on the Mauritian government and ICTA to retract the consultation paper and explore more proportionate and rights-protective measures for the regulation of illegal conduct on social media.
Posted on on Legislation, Mauritius
Based on the technical information provided in the consultation paper, S. Moonesamy developed a proof of concept and confirms that it is possible to decrypt the login credentials of social media users.
Posted on on Mauritius
Today, I noticed that my request to www.bing.com was being proxied to a Netsweeper server in Netherlands. I reported it Netsweeper and kept ICTA in the loop.
Posted on on Mauritius
I have reasons to believe now that the ICT Authority has no idea what they are doing or maybe there are deliberately acting dumb.
Posted on on Legislation, Mauritius
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has criticized the Mauritius ICT Authority's Consultation Paper on Social Media regulatory proposals, as being horrifying and the worst.
Posted on on Mauritius, Internet Community
Internet users in Mauritius, especially on Facebook, have been asking recently whether the ICT Authority (ICTA has already started monitoring people's Internet connection.
Posted on on Censorship, Mauritius
Censorship seems to be generally accepted by the ICT Authority under the pretense of enforcing Section 18(1)(m) of the ICT Act. Today, the debate is no more whether to censor or not, but rather how to censor.
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