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Link: https://www.natlawreview.com/article/internet-things-global-regulatory-ecosystem-and-most-promising-smart-environments?utm_content=3993e6116377b10ae738903c5677f252&utm_campaign=2019-8-14Cybersecurity%20Legal%20News&utm_source=Robly.com&utm_medium=email The author states that this article was intended to summarize two main issues: I) IoT as an increasing and cross topic market which will become a present reality closer to our daily lives; II) IoT will be regulated and become an important concern in consumer product health and safety. See the full article at...
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The advent of so-called disruptive technologies – those that fundamentally alter the way we live, work and relate to one another – provides criminals with new ways to pursue their illegal goals, but also equips law enforcement with powerful tools in the fight against crime. To remain relevant and effective, it is necessary for law...
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Timothy Schoechle, PhD is an international consultant in computer and communications engineering and policy based in Boulder, Colorado. He is a Senior Research Fellow of the National Institute For Science, Law and Public Policy (NISLAPP). PDF http://electromagnetichealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/What-is-5G-and-why-do-we-care.doc.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3CZG9aNspnzMdRxJZIM4x3FOa81Oro4od1OE6rTOHr8aaUkJic9xl7BOg Conclusion Some combination of 5G/4G may well become part of the wireless access network over the coming decade. However,...
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Chinese police are employing artificial intelligent (AI), 5G, facial recognition, smart lamps equipped with surveillance cameras, Wi-Fi and alarm buttons in preparation for the upcoming 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, on October 1. A local police officer from Dongtai county, East China’s Jiangsu Province, who requested anonymity, told the Global Times...
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Huawei Enterprise will continue to invest in South Africa, as the country remains an important market for the company. This is according to Alex Du, managing director of Huawei Enterprise South Africa, who was speaking to MyBroadband at Huawei Eco Connect 2019 in Johannesburg. In his keynote address at the event, Du Min said that Huawei...
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Eskom, Connectivity and the Rollout of 5G in South Africa Photo by Matthew Brodeur on Unsplash The much hyped industry 5G, IOT, Fourth Industrial Revolution Utopia depends entirely on connectivity. Almost all 4IR technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robots, self-driving cars, augmented reality, and the Internet of Things (IoT), require high-speed, always-on Internet connections. 5G will only work in places...
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Source: US ELECTROMAGNETIC DEFENSE TASK FORCE (EDTF) 2018 REPORT https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Portals/10/AUPress/Papers/LP_0002_DeMaio_Electromagnetic_Defense_Task_Force.pdf Approved for Public Release This conference report is a product of the United States Air Force Air University and the Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education. (Published by Air University Press in November 2018). Disclaimer Opinions, conclusions, and recommendations expressed or implied within...
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Image: Paul Harris, Rain Chairman and Ms. Jacqueline Shi, President of Huawei Cloud Core Network Product Line, jointly launched the first 5G commercial network of South Africa.  Image credit: www.huawei.com Rain says that full commercial rollout is only planned for mid-2019 but that its 5G network is actually already live in Johannesburg at the moment....
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SpaceX has just requested permission from the FCC to operate 1M ‘earth stations’. Image credit: www.universetoday.com The earth stations will transmit in the range of 14.0-14.5 GHz (part of the ‘Ku band’) and receive in the range of 10.7-12.7 GHz (part of the ‘X band’). For comparison, current LTE networks operate at 600MHz to 2.5GHz. In...
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  The Electronic Communications Amendment Bill 2018 has been withdrawn by the Minister by way of a letter addressed to the Portfolio Committee for Telecommunications and Postal Services, with the decision confirmed at the Committee’s meeting on 12 February 2019. Letter-to-Portfolio-Committee-Chair-12-February-2019 Comments by the Western Cape Government: WCG-ECA-Amendment-Bill-B31-2018_Comments Source: Notes by EMFSA:    
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