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Privacy and surveillance

Zimbabwe’s urgent need for data privacy laws

This short digest discusses two ICT related events that show how dated Zimbabwean laws are when it comes to the protection and promotion of fundamental rights in the digital age.

Digest: Facial recognition technology and privacy rights

The Zimbabwean government seeks to utilise facial recognition technology to improve its law enforcement capabilities and strengthen security in the country. To achieve this, they have partnered with a Chinese company, Cloudwalk Technology Co. on a mass facial recognition project.

How the debate between privacy and security is evolving

Mike Concertino, CISO and VP, Information Security at F5 Networks Some of you may remember a time when national security was a question of police officers protecting individuals from crime on the street, or the army’s defence against international threats. Today, that...