Governance

CrimsonLogic on e-govt nuances and future trends
CrimsonLogic’s chairman Eugene Wong shares with Digital News Asia, the challenges of servicing a government customer base and key trends that will share the e-government sector in the coming years.
WCIT: Freemasons, Internet memes and salt
For the first time in its history, the ITU failed to reach a consensus on the new International Telecommunication Regulations (ITRs) at the World Conference on International Telecommunications earlier this month. But the ITRs are a distraction from the ITU's real shortcomings, which are deficiencies of process, writes DNA columnist Jeremy Malcolm.
UN control of the Net: Freedom wins … for now
The WCIT meeting in Dubai which discussed bringing the Internet under the control of the UN could not reach a consensus. A battle was won, but the war to preserve Internet freedom goes on, writes A. Asohan.
#Stop114A: It’s no longer about the law, it’s about government
Digital News Asia has reinstated the ‘Internet Blackout Day’ pop-up. Executive editor A. Asohan explains why.
Evidence Act, censorship, control issues and other #facepalms
The idiocy and hypocrisy, though sometimes admittedly merely a poor understanding, from various quarters on certain key issues have just swirled around and collected neatly in front of Digital News Asia executive editor A. Asohan.
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