As the continent digitizes rapidly, Africans need a bill of data rights to protect them online

Australia’s Gold Coast is fast emerging as a top. community of students from the sub-continent, particularly from India and Nepal. Don Whitford, the university’s regional manager of South Asia,

“Through our engagement with African start-ups, we are aware that financial literacy is the weak link and we have enhanced our financial management modules to support them. We are also. ups in the.

The troubling impression created by the year’s headline events is supported by the latest findings of Freedom in the World. A total of 67 countries suffered net declines in political rights and civil liberties in 2016, compared with 36 that registered gains. This marked the 11th consecutive year in which declines outnumbered improvements.

The struggle for climate action is deeply intertwined with all human rights. of the richest continents and main contributors to climate change, Europe has a duty to ensure rapid reductions in.

The bipartisan bill, dubbed the “IOT Consumer TIPS Act,” instructs the federal. staff attorney for internet rights at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.. Always-on connected devices take data-collection to a whole new level, said Tien. Some, like MiLegacy, let people save their digital credentials to pass.

Kenya has a positive investment climate that has made it attractive to.. The movable property security Rights Bill (2017) enhanced the ability of.. Kenya is continuing to participate in negotiations towards an African Continental Free. The draft bill is similar to the European General Data Protection.

The European parliament has overwhelmingly backed a watershed resolution calling for reparations for crimes committed in Africa during European colonialism. The bill urges European. As it stands,

Melinda Gates is a global advocate for women and girls and the co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. Today is International Day of the Girl, a chance to celebrate girls around the world.

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