Federal Government Speaks on Changing Cybercrime Laws

The Federal Government has promised to seek after the revision of the Cybercrime Act, which numerous legal counselors, writers and activists have depicted as abusive, unlawful and illicit.

Head, Cybercrimes Prosecution Unit, Federal Ministry of Justice, Mr. Terlumun George Tyendezwa, expressed this in Lagos yesterday during an intuitive session with the media on the Constitutionality and Legality of the Cybercrime Act in Nigeria.”

The session, which was sorted out by the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), in a joint effort with the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), United States (U.S.), noticed that the Cybercrime Act isn’t flawless, subsequently the requirement for partners’ commitment.

Be that as it may, SERAP and different partners in human rights have denounced the ongoing dangers, provocation and scares faced by Jounalists and bloggers in the nation.


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