October 24, 2021

‘Cybercrime Bill will stifle free expression’

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From Jamaica Observer Regional, international groups register disappointment at passage of legislation by St Vincent GONSALVES… says he is responsible to the Parliament rather than the media organisations (Arlene Martin – Wilkins) KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) — Regional and international media organisations have expressed their disappointment that the St Vincent and the Grenadines Parliament had […]

Peter Binose: Is it time to list SVG’s ULP leaders and the ruling family dynasty members in the RSF Predators Gallery?

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By Peter Binose https://rsf.org/en/portraits/predator According to Reporters Without Borders, the RSF. The Internet has become both a popular place for exercising the right to free speech and an essential vehicle for circulating news and information. As some governments try to control the Internet and silence dissidents, RSF defends the position, both at the national level […]

TTPBA expresses concern over Cybercrime bill

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By Julien Neaves From T&T NewsDay The Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) has joined the Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) in expressing concern about the Cybercrime bill, with the TTPBA noting that if the legislation is passed the media could be muzzled and investigative journalism undermined. “In reviewing this bill, it […]