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Film and Publications Bill – Internet Censorship?

Last week, the South African parliament passed the Film and Publications Bill (or the Film and Publications Amendment Bill). There has been a great deal wrong with the Bill since it was first proposed, and we joined many other interested [...]

By |2018-07-10T10:17:45+02:00March 13th, 2018|Categories: Digital Entertainment Law, Internet Law, Media Law, Social Media Law|

Online Regulation Policy

The FPB published the Draft Online Regulation Policy on 4 March 2015 for public comment. With the increase in the use of portable devices for gaming and social networking, and the rise of high-speed broadband internet, more content is accessible to all of us. The [...]

By |2017-12-07T07:01:30+02:00March 5th, 2015|Categories: Internet Law|Tags: , , |

Don’t ignore the legal considerations when creating a website

Many people do not take into account the legal considerations when creating a website. There are many things to take into account and often the legal aspects get neglected. In some people's view the legal considerations are not important or [...]

By |2019-04-18T13:12:31+02:00March 17th, 2010|Categories: Internet Law|Tags: , , , |

Take-down Notice and Take-down Procedure

A take-down notice is a means of removing potentially offensive content from the internet and is part of the take-down procedure. It is a time and cost efficient way of removing content but, it only applies in certain circumstances. If [...]

By |2017-12-07T07:01:51+02:00July 11th, 2009|Categories: Internet Law|Tags: |

Legislation that governs business on the Internet

The ECT Act introduced to South Africa formal legal recognition of electronic commerce. It provides for the facilitation and regulation of electronic communications and transactions, including issues relating to electronic signatures, electronic evidence and computer crimes. Its primary objective is [...]

By |2015-09-21T14:59:30+02:00August 13th, 2008|Categories: Internet Law|Tags: , , , |