The CCIA, which represents global tech firms including Cloudflare, Google, and Facebook, is warning the U.S. Government against "onerous" copyright laws other countries are implementing. These laws lead to increased liability for US companies and create an increasingly hostile environment for them to operate in.
The European Parliament and Council agreed on the final text of the EU Copyright Directive. This includes the controversial Article 13, which opponents fear will lead to broad upload filters. The full package will now go to the European Parliament for a final vote, which is expected to take place in March or April.
Social network Twitter has revealed why it suspended some influencers’ accounts ahead of Nigeria’s 2019 election scheduled to commence tomorrow. The management of the micro-blogging platform told Business Insider SSA by Pulse, that the accounts were suspended to amplify election-related information from legitimate sources and bring down ‘some problematic accounts’ ahead of Nigeria’s 2019 general […]
Yinka Odumakin, National Publicity of Afenifere has commenced legal action against Professor Itse Sagay SAN, Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC) for allegedly publishing a libelous story against him
I hereby personally and passionately appeal to all Nigerians who are eligible to please go out en masse on Saturday, 16 February 2019 and vote for ANY candidates of their choice in the Presidential and National Assembly elections.