Understanding the Licensing and Regulatory Framework for Payment Systems and Cryptocurrency in Nigeria

By Babatunde Oyewole INTRODUCTION In recent times, financial technology (also known as FINTECH) companies have gained prominence and acceptability within the Nigerian financial/banking environment. This is...

Olumide Babalola Holds a Webinar on “50 Years of Data Protection in Europe: Lessons...

On Saturday, 11 December 2021, in commemoration of his 40th birthday, Olumide Babalola hosts a webinar titled ““50 years of data protection in Europe:...

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Creating a Sustainable Law Practice in Nigeria

By Ayomide Oluwafemi. Esq. We cannot live our lives pretending, especially at the changes around us. Each decade ushers in a new form of technological...

Absence of Privacy Notice: Federal High Court’s Decision in Digital Right Lawyers Initiative V....

By Samuel Ngwu, Esq. Decision The Court held in this case that the failure of the Respondents in taking measures towards protecting the data privacy of...

NITDA, NJI, Plan to Deploy IT Skills for Efficient Social Justice

 The appropriate deployment of information technology (IT) in the Judicial system according to Mallam Kashifu Inuwa, Director General of the National Information Technology Development...

The Nature of Intellectual Property Rights for Works Produced by Artificial Intelligence

By Israel Olawunmi INTRODUCTION Everyday, we witness different kinds of developments in all facets of human life. We are at a point in history where...

Data Protection Bill Passes Second Reading at Lagos Assembly

The Lagos State House of Assembly has moved to protect companies and individuals private information, as the state Data Protection Bill passed through second...

NDPR: Can Commercial Banks Release the Personal Data of Defaulters of PTA/BTA Guidelines on...

Recently, the Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) issued a directive to commercial banks that they publish the personal information of customers that breaches the...

Saudi Arabia Approves New Law to Protect Personal Data

The Saudi Arabia Council of Ministers approved on Tuesday the personal Data Protection Law. The new law, which protects personal data from unconsented collection and...

An Appraisal of Privacy Torts in The Media

By Fortune Ugwumba INTRODUCTION One of the major bedrocks of any democratic and civilized state is the respect for fundamental human rights. Without respect for the...