Nigerians face the possibility of a new tax on electronic communications which is already being levied in Ghana.
for many Nigerians, it’s okay to buy discs containing films and music, the hard copy of books and newspapers but weird to exchange money for a digital copy that’ll live on their phone or some virtual account.
To enforce his right to privacy as enshrined in the Nigerian constitution, one Daniel John filed an application against True Software Scandinavia AB, the Swedish parent company of Truecaller.
In a forlorn tone laced with resignation, the CEO of a formerly thriving Value Added Services (VAS) provider in Nigeria’s telecommunications sector recounted how regulations of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) sank his business.
To curb predatory lending Google has updated its Google Play developer policies and warns that loans requiring payment in full in 60 days or less will soon be banned. But are short-term digital lenders in Nigeria predatory?
Certain trolling episodes easily translate to cyber-bullying and have legal consequences in Nigeria, some of which may be criminal.