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Consumer Protection Act Regulations Published
Published: 1 April 2011

The Minister of Trade and Industry published the Regulations and Threshold Determination pertaining to the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 on 1 April 2011.
Copies of the Regulations and the Determination (hot off the press) may be requested from Chetty Law - mail info@chettylaw.co.za.
The Consumer Protection Act secures many much needed rights for Consumers but [...]

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E-Diligence Conference 2010 [Solutions]
Published: 4 October 2010

E-Diligence 2010 [Solutions]

You are invited to Learn. Share. Solve.

THE ICT GOVERNANCE, COMPLIANCE & RISK EVENT OF THE YEAR!

11 & 12 November 2010
The Forum, Dimension Data Campus, Bryanston, Johannesburg

[RSVP to Kate Crail kate@chettylaw.co.za or Jenna Cuming jenna@chettylaw.co.za on or before 05 November 2010]

What are the BENEFITS of attending?
ð Receive input [...]

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Cybersecurity Policy for South Africa
Category: Blog
Published: 15 April 2010

On the 19th of February 2010, the Department of Communications issued a Notice of Intention to produce a Cybersecurity Policy for South Africa. Included in the objectives of the Policy is: (i) the establishment of institutional advisory structures; (ii) the promotion of confidence and trust in the use of ICTs through improved cybersecurity; and (iii) [...]

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What exactly is uncapped ADSL?
Category: Blog
Published: 9 April 2010

In this article consumersare urged to examine the options with caution prior to contracting. What are the primary issues and concerns?
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How ACTA will change the world’s internet laws
Category: Blog
Published: 9 April 2010

Since the text of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (a secret copyright treaty being negotiated by a members’ club of rich countries, out of sight of the United Nations) leaked, scholars and public interest groups have been poring over its clauses. In this articel: Cory Doctorow looks at two research articles that explaining just how bad [...]

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