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Will Trinidad and Tobago’s cybercrime bill stifle media freedom?

Legislators in Trinidad and Tobago are taking aim at a spate of pernicious issues online – ranging from hate to phishing and fraud – with a draft cybercrime law, following in the footsteps of many governments around the world that have passed comprehensive legislation addressing online crimes.

Link to: Cabinet agrees to meet with media over concerns in Trinidad and Tobago cyber crimes bill

Cabinet agrees to meet with media over concerns in Trinidad and Tobago cyber crimes bill

The Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association had previously criticised what it viewed as the government’s failure to allow sufficient public consultation on the bill, which was introduced in May 2014.

Link to: Fears in Trinidad and Tobago of campaign to discredit work of women journalists

Fears in Trinidad and Tobago of campaign to discredit work of women journalists

The Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) condemns continued unlawful and defamatory social media attacks on women journalists in Trinidad and Tobago.