MISA Zimbabwe calls on the government to develop internet back-up plans to avoid blackouts, after the country experienced a huge internet outage as a result of a technical failure.
The Centre for Law and Technology Development and MISA Zimbabwe bring to you a commentary series on the third draft of the proposed Cybersecurity and Cybercrimes Bill (2017). This analysis comes on the backdrop of fast-paced technological developments in the country...
Concerns over the establishment of the Cybersecurity Ministry mount as ministers make veiled threats about the use of social media.
MISA Zimbabwe is disquieted by the string of threats that have recently been issued against the use of social media by citizens.
There is no digital world and a real world, just as there are no human rights and digital rights. The two are not mutually exclusive
MISA Zimbabwe commends plans by the Zimbabwe Republic Police’s Victim Friendly Unit to strengthen child protection online.
MISA Zimbabwe welcomes moves by the Zimbabwean government to facilitate the downward review of mobile data prices in the country.
MISA Zimbabwe urges the government to ensure the proposed cyber crime laws do not erode constitutional rights to free expression online and offline.
MISA Zimbabwe welcomes the government’s decision to suspend the exorbitant increase in mobile network voice and data charges through the setting of floor tariffs following a public outcry.
POTRAZ’s decision to set a steep minimum tariff for mobile voice and data services is a major setback to accessible and affordable telecommunications services in Zimbabwe.