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Of course, that sentence makes no sense, but the drafters saw it fit to keep that in.
If one can’t even articulate the purpose of the Bill, what point is there in reading everything else that follows?
The model laws were based on workshop outcomes and not a consultative process. By and large, the draft, like the models law it was based on, is dressed in both technological and legal ignorance that renders it meaningless in the 21st century.
The draft contains the clumsy wording of a “Computer Crime and Cyber Crime”.
It was appropriate back in the 80s before the invention of new age technology.
They have never proved their claims, but they continue to use the charge on various perceived enemies of the State.
The project then drafted three fatally flawed model laws which were unfortunately endorsed and, in some cases, enacted as law in some countries.
The model laws have been the subject of much ridicule in human rights and cyber law circles.
Privacy is one of the most dearest and personal of rights in our constitutional order so it only makes sense that intrusions are sufficiently justified. The inclusion of an offence relating to spam is welcome but in its present form is open to abuse as potentially anything can be seen as spam.
Spam is not a subject that can easily be dealt with in a few lines as the draft does.
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While both Lesotho and Zimbabwe produced draft Cybercrime Bills in 2013, Lesotho’s version contains some absurd and repressive additions, which magically appear in the Zimbabwean draft.