A CONSORTIUM of civil society organisations says members of parliament should consider getting submissions from stakeholders regarding the dangerous provisions in the Cyber Security and Cyber Crimes Bill of 2021 that need to be addressed before it can be passed. In a joint statement, Thursday, Chapter One Foundation, ActionAid Zambia, Alliance for Community Action, Caritas Zambia, CISCA, Centre for Trade Policy and Development, Transparency International Zambia, Zambia Council for Social Development, Council of Christian Churches in Zambia, GEARS Zambia and Peoples’ Action for Accountability and Good Governance in Zambia said...

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