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Social Media & the Sub Judice rule
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The advancement of technology in the field of television broadcasting and social media has had...
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Should websites and social media pages be liable for users’ comments
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INTRODUCTION The Internet represents a communications revolution. It makes instantaneous global communication available cheaply to...
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Information Is The New Oil
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While Privacy/data protection is not always directly mentioned as a separate right in constitutions, nearly...
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IMAGE RIGHTS & THEIR IMPORTANCE IN UGANDA’S LEGAL FRAMEWORK
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In order to understand what image rights are, it’s probably best to understand where they...
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Fighting Facebook, the French way
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Almost everyone with a phone has a Facebook account. By April 2016, Facebook had over...
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Electioneering and Extremism in the Digital Age
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The Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA), under the OpenNet...
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E-Commerce and Consumer Rights: Applicability of Consumer Protection Laws In Online Transactions In Uganda
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Uganda in the recent years has been experiencing an exponential boom in e- commerce. New...
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Defamation in the Age of the Internet
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The Internet represents a communications revolution. It makes instantaneous global communication available cheaply to anyone...
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Cybersquatting, domain names and their place in eCommerce and Uganda’s Intellectual property realm
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Trademark registration in Uganda, is governed by the Trademarks Act 2010 and accompanying regulations. The...
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Can UCC lawfully Monitor your phone?
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"The right to be let alone is a part of the right to enjoy life....
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