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DISCUSSION ON THE DRAFT AFRICAN UNION CYBER SECURITY CONVENTION

Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology law (CIPIT), Strathmore Law School

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EAT)

Nairobi, Kenya

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A panel discussion on the Draft African Union Convention on the Confidence and Security in cyberspace, its implication and impact in Africa and the world.

The Draft Convention was developed jointly by African Union Commission and United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.Its objective is to harmonize e-legislation related to e-transactions development,personal data protection, cyber security promotion and fight against cybercrime.

During the meeting, there will be a brief introduction to the Draft Convention followed by an overview of the process of adaptation the Convention will follow. This will be followed by a discussion on problematic provisions contained in the Convention as well as possible solutions.Attendees will get a chance to share their views and propose recommendations. This event is absolutely FREE!

 

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Kindly RSVP to cipit@strathmore.edu

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Call Dr. Isaac Rutenberg on 0705630310

 

Have questions about DISCUSSION ON THE DRAFT AFRICAN UNION CYBER SECURITY CONVENTION? Contact Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology law (CIPIT), Strathmore Law School

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Ngong Road
Nairobi, Nairobi
Kenya

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EAT)


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Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology law (CIPIT), Strathmore Law School

The Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT) is a part of Strathmore Law School, and is an innovative Centre for evidence-based research and training in intellectual property and information technology law and policy. As a training institute, CIPIT will provide practical courses and seminars initially targeting lawyers, business professionals, venture capitalists, media houses, and start-up incubators in areas of IP law, with a particular focus on issues unique to ICT. Example training topics will include IP portfolio management, IP valuation, patent drafting and filing, and effective IP licensing. To help guide the training and teaching aspects of CIPIT, research fellows will conduct original research. Primarily, such research will characterize the impact of foreign and domestic IP laws on development in East Africa, and enable policy makers to draft the most appropriate and beneficial IP legislation.
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