Electronic trail leads to crown prince
New evidence reveals that Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman communicated repeatedly with a key aide around the time that a team believed to have been under the aide’s command assassinated Jamal Khashoggi. And Legalbrief reports that there has been ...
Concerns raised over new cyber Bills
Sending a message that incites violence, damage to property or even sending an intimate picture of anyone without their consent, could land you a three-year jail term, a hefty fine or both. As reported previously in Legalbrief Policy Watch, the ...
Nigeria website targets fake news
As part of measures to fight fake news ahead of Nigeria’s election in February, a new website called CrossCheck Nigeria has been launched. The Tribune reports that it will allow journalists from newsrooms around the country to work together to ...
Ruling on unsealing Assange charge postponed
A US judge has postponed ruling on a legal bid to unseal reported criminal charges against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. According to a BBC News report, a free-press advocacy group wants to see the documents after its existence was apparently ...
Former employee takes a swipe at Facebook
Ivanka Trump addresses e-mail furore
Fresh warning over incriminating sex clips
Padlock flaw flagged
New tax likely to affect US-multinationals
Nairobi seeks to restrict online porn
Court orders ticket website to change practices
Facebook data e-mails unpacked
Celebrities charged over cryptocurrency promotion
Uber fined for data breach
Buhari rejects social media impersonation claims
Facebook pyramid scheme flagged
Spain tackles repeated IP copyright breaches
Khashoggi murder tape unpacked
What makes Jamal Khashoggi’s murder particularly chilling is that it was reportedly recorded on audio tape. By US President Donald Trump’s account, it reveals ‘a very violent, very vicious, and very terrible’ incident and he doesn’t want to hear it ...