The Information & Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA) has published a document for public consultations regarding, I quote, "Consultation Paper on proposed amendments to the ICT Act for regulating the use and addressing the abuse and misuse of Social Media in Mauritius".
As time goes by, I am more and more thinking that I made the wrong choice when I decided to vote for lalliance lepep. They are showing their true colors now, just like any other politician in power. Although there's no lack of examples, I will go straight-forward to today's point. The (acting?) Minister of Technology has... Continue Reading →
Most online shopping addicts have been surprised by the ICTA's Communique published yesterday. I must admit that I was confused too and I immediately mailed ICTA so that I could get in touch with someone before I post anything on my blog. Without getting any reply to my mail, I gave them a call today...
According to this national regulatory authority for the ICT sector and the postal services, Mauritians might be more willing to purchase and carry out payment transactions without any fear on local e-commerce web sites displaying the "Trust Seal" awarded by the local authorities on several criteria.
In 2 weeks time, the island's mobile infrastructure will go through a major switch, requiring first of all, a change of habit in the life of probably every Mauritian.
Have you ever asked yourself why the number 5? 😛