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Nigeria NITDA Plans New Strategies to Boost ICT Growth in Nigeria
With the global communities employing Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to fast track their development and digitialised their economies, the National Information Technology Development Agency, (NITDA) is set to upscale its capacity building efforts through training and research of government agencies and departments as it continues the broad objectives towards boosting Nigeria’s ICT capabilities and skills in the year 2015.
Azerbaijan Azerbaijani Transport Sector in 2014 Receives $ 2.5 B
Some $ 2.5 billion was invested in the transport sector of Azerbaijan in 2014 from various sources, Transport Minister Ziya Mammadov said Jan.26 during a conference on the theme: “The use of new technologies and innovations in the construction and reconstruction of road infrastructure.”
India India Creates Net Neutrality Committee - Report
India's Department of Telecom (DoT) has established a panel to examine the economic impact of the implementation of net neutrality on the sector.
Thailand Thailand: Digital Economy Bills 'Must Address Public Concerns'
The Electronics Transactions Development Agency (ETDA), a public organisation responsible for drafting the bills, hosted an open forum yesterday to hear public opinion on the points of concern over the proposed bills.
Korea (Republic of) S. Korea: Gov't to Reflect Corporate Deregulation Demands to Help Boost
The government will tackle deregulation demands made by companies to help them hire more workers, make investments and carry out critical business reforms, top economic policymaker pledged Monday.
Japan Japan: Tech Identifies Users Vulnerable to Cyberattack Based on Ways They Use Their Computers
Fujitsu Ltd and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd have announced the development of the industry’s first technology for identifying users vulnerable to cyberattacks based on the ways they use their computers, such as their e-mail and web activities. This will make it possible to implement security measures tailored to individuals and organizations.
Global Ugandans Ditch Banking Halls for Mobile Phones
More Ugandans are turning to their mobile phones as a medium for making transactions than bearing the hassle of lining up in banking halls, a new survey, commissioned by the Uganda Communications Commission, shows.
Canada Canada: Political Parties Struggle to Manage Hateful Comments Online
OTTAWA—The recent terror attacks in Paris have led to a barrage of anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant comments on the Facebook pages of federal politicians and their parties in Canada — much of it plainly visible to the public. Managing racist, sexist, homophobic and harassing material is just one of the new challenges facing parties who want to have an active social media presence, grounded in the concept of free speech and open dialogue.
Viet Nam Vietnam: New Rural Areas a Top Priority
Developing rural areas was one of the Government's highest priorities, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung told an online conference on Thursday.
Viet Nam Vietnam: Community Supervision Helps Limit Corruption
As many as 96 violations were discovered at 558 construction projects last year by central Quang Nam Province's community supervision group, vice chairman of the Provincial Fatherland Front Committee Nguyen Phi Hung revealed at a workshop yesterday in Hoi An.
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