JUSTICE Minister Mulambo Haimbe says the Cyber Security and Cyber Crimes Act will be reviewed in the September Parliament session. And Haimbe says government is committed to amending, or doing away with, archaic laws like defamation of the President but argues that people should not abuse freedom of expression by abusing others. In an interview, Haimbe said consultations on the Cyber Security and Cyber Crimes Act were still at an early stage. “It is too early in the process of internal review, so it can’t make it in the June session as a possible amendment. But I am sure as we go along before the close of the year because we still have a September session, it will be one…...

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