September 29, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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South Africa’s Fight Against Internet Censorship Bill

MyGaming has written about the submission made by gamers on the proposed Censorship Bill. The Bill will influence for all intents and purposes all online media in South Africa, from excepting Steam dispersion to putting you on an administration watch … Continue reading

October 4, 2012
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Organizations Must Remain Only One Step Behind on Cyber Security

Cyber fraudsters are constantly developing more great ways to go through pc networks and extract sensitive details, and organizations with less capital to spend on sophisticated security measures are a common target of strikes. Frankly, there is no way to … Continue reading

September 11, 2012
by Bernadette Magcawas
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How Africa is Learning from Europe’s Lessons

Even as the¬†European¬†Union’s sovereign financial obligations issues comes “back from vacation,” a New York times magazine publication’s headline lately put it, a far less-known record of nations is following in the EU’s very activities. This is the Southern African-american Group … Continue reading