Legal Articles and Guides
The owner of the sushi outlet, Nuri Sushi, will finally have exclusive and sole administration rights over the business’s Facebook social media page following a court battle.
Brilliant Telecommunications has failed in its bid to prevent the City of Tshwane from revealing documents showing why the metro awarded a crucial R585m IT contract to the company, which allegedly does not seem to have the capability to execute the work.
The Competition Commission yesterday began a 15-month probe into how Google, TikTok, YouTube, X and other video-sharing sites and social media platforms are affecting the health of SA's news media.
eMedia has lodged a new case against MultiChoice at the Competition Commission in its ongoing fight over the Rugby World Cup television rights.
The phones of the IFP's eMadlangeni Municipality Mayor Mzwakhe Buthelezi and municipal manager Grace Mavundla were hacked, cloned and spied on from May to July, according to a confidential information technology report.
The Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg) has dismissed an urgent application brought by eMedia, the parent company of e.tv, over the broadcast rights of the Rugby World Cup.
Webafrica will have to address public interest concerns when it buys rival ISP Mweb, according to conditions imposed by the Competition Commission.
eMedia Holdings, the parent of Openview and eTV has filed papers against MultiChoice in the High Court over the screening of World Cup rugby matches, reports TechCentral.
The majority of the approximately 165m mobile SIM cards that enter the SA market every year may be non-compliant with the Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-related Information Act (Rica).
SA Ponzi scheme Mirror Trading International (MTI) has been ordered to pay $1.7bn (R32bn) in restitution to thousands of victims in the US.
In what a Fin24 report calls a scathing judgment, the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) has ordered the City of Tshwane to reveal documents to show why it awarded a crucial R585m IT contract to a startup that does not seem to have the capability to execute the work.
An alleged breach of SANDF computer systems by hacking group SNATCH appears to be authentic, according to a Daily Maverick investigation with cybersecurity researchers.
The Information Regulator has ordered Dis-Chem to take remedial action to address a hack that led to the personal data of 3.6m customers being breached last year, or face a fine of up to R10m, imprisonment, or both, reports Fin24.
The availability of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and other on-demand content services in SA could be at risk if the government adopts a proposal that they pay licence fees to operate in the country.
The Daily Maverick has allegedly come under attack from Indian computer servers after it published a story about India‘s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s apparent refusal to disembark from his plane in SA ahead of the 15th Brics summit.