The Commercial Court has shut down several broadcasters for illegally accessing sports networks such as beIN Sports and SuperSport. The sports networks broadcast the widely popular Spanish La Liga and the English Premier League, major European sports leagues.
Authorities in the U.K. have jailed a cybercriminal who attacked Lonestar Cell MTN’s network in 2016, causing sporadic disruptions in the company’s service.
25 female journalists trained in digital security at the Liberia Media Center in Sinkor.
Corruption costs the African continent approximately US$148 billion per year. Technology can help reduce this vice through automation.
At least 30 media workers have received certificates after participating in a weeklong website development and management training organized by the World Bank office in Liberia.
In the capital, only seven percent of the population has access to electricity. Most of Monrovia’s grid is largely supplied by expensive diesel-fueled generation sources.
The John Wesley Pearson High School in Ganta received a donation of assorted solar energy equipment from Mercy Corps last week as a means of providing lighting on the campus.
In 2011, the Government of Liberia created the National Identification Registry, an autonomous agency that would be responsible for developing and administering a National Biometric Identification System for all citizens and residents of the Republic of Liberia. This is no small undertaking, but six years later, NBIS is almost a reality.