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AFRINIC Court Case — Disappointment!
AFRINIC CEO, Eddy Kayihura, informed Resource Members that their request to unfreeze the organisation's bank accounts was rejected by the Mauritian court.
The Tanzania ISP Association (TISPA) issues a statement & reminds everyone about the critical services of AFRINIC
The Supreme Court of Mauritius has ordered that the bank accounts of AFRINIC, the Regional Internet Registry for Africa and Indian Ocean region, be temporarily frozen, following a dispute between AFRINIC and one of its Resource Member, Cloud Innovation Ltd. The ramifications of AFRINIC's frozen bank accounts are severe. The
AFRINIC CEO reveals the source of funds to continue critical business operations if legal battle keeps their bank accounts frozen
AFRINIC CEO, Eddy Kayihura, reassures its stakeholders that the organisation could use a joint RIR stability fund to continue its operations if the legal battle between the organisation and one of its resource members continues.
AFRINIC Board Director, Mark Elkins resigns with immediate effect
Recently elected on the Board of Directors to serve a three year term for the Board Seat 5 (South Africa), Mark Elkins submitted his resignation on 26 July 2021 with immediate effect. Mark announced his resignation on the AFRINIC community-discuss mailing list. He cited NDA and said he cannot speak
The bank account of the African Regional Internet Registry, AFRINIC, has been frozen
In an on-going legal battle between Cloud Innovation Ltd and AFRINIC, the latest update is that AFRINIC's bank accounts have been frozen. In an email sent to the members list, the Chair of the AFRINIC Board of Directors, informed the members about this latest update.
Indian government gives final notice to Twitter to comply with new IT rules
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has given Twitter a final notice to comply with its new IT rules, which were passed in February. Among the rules, it is required that social media companies appoint a Chief Compliance Officer.
Nigerian government suspends Twitter operations in the country
The Federal Government of Nigeria has suspended all Twitter operations in the country. It is unclear, however, what does the suspension mean for Twitter, since the social network service is still accessible across Nigeria.
Did ICTA change its CSA Internet filter?
Internet users in Mauritius, especially on Facebook, have been asking recently whether the ICT Authority (ICTA has already started monitoring people's Internet connection.
AFRINIC WHOIS database tampered?
AFRINIC CEO, Eddy Kayihura, informed the community that following allegations of fraudulent manipulation of the AFRINIC WHOIS database, the matter has been referred to the Central Criminal Investigation Division (CCID) of the Mauritius Police Force for further investigation.