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'Mailbox politics' a future offence
Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

'Mailbox politics' a future offence
Griffith lays down new cyber law

HACKERS BEWARE
Govt goes to Parliament with law to clamp down on 'mailbox politics'

Online bullying a major cyber-crime

Media main target of PP's new cyber lawsóDeyalsingh
Opposition MP Terrence Deyalsingh says media workers will be facing heavy fines and jail terms for breaches under the new cybercrime legislation being debated in Parliament if it becomes law.

WORLD CUP 2014 - Dashing Dutch masters destroy sorry Spain

State wants visitors fingerprints
ALL VISITORS to Trinidad and Tobago will be required to give a finger-print sample upon entry to the country under legislative proposals currently under review.

MPs: Our email accounts hacked
SEVERAL MPs yesterday admitted to having been victims of cyber-fraud

...Bad move, says Marlene
The mandatory fingerprinting of all Caricom nationals entering Trinidad and Tobago could affect relations, especially trade relations between this country and its neighbours

COP: Anil still on suspension
Congress of the People (COP) political leader Prakash Ramadhar has made it clear that Anil Roberts remains "suspended from all party activities"

Anil's suspension remains
COP execs upset over PM's decision but...

Carolyn calls for minister to step down

Ghany resigns from Guardian Media
Dr Hamid Ghany has resigned as managing editor and deputy managing director of Guardian Media Limited (GML).

Dengue, Chikungunya diseases on the rise
Vector borne diseases including dengue, dengue haemorrhagic fever and malaria are on the increase in the region

$900,000 grant for smoking study
A SUBVENTION of more than $900,000 has been approved for a study on smoking patterns and respiratory conditions in Trinidad and Tobago

$200M for schools security
BY SEPTEMBER of this year there will be a near-complete CCTV blanket over the nation's secondary schools

Prof Bain taking UWI to court over firing
Retired professor Dr Brendan Bain, who was dismissed as director of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training Network (CHART)

Residents wary of new HDC project
Managing director of the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) Jearlean John was escorted in and out of a public consultation meeting in D'Abadie on Thursday night by six police officers.

Acton Court loop in Diego to be closed from June 17
Closure of that section of the highway comes as part of the Diego Martin Highway Expansion project, according to Director of Highways, Roger Ganesh

Youngest ever PM sworn in
Antigua & Barbuda election

Ela Gandhi coming
... granddaughter of India's Mahatma Gandhi, will arrive in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday as guest of the Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO) and Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Centre.

AG wants approval of anti-crime weapons

Mystery bullet strikes Pancho
Popular restaurateur Parmanand "Pancho" Yarna was wounded in an early morning shooting in Port-of-Spain yesterday.



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