Dina Shiloh
Business Shapers
23 February 2015

New report calls for changes in laws relating to electronic communications

Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and other social media platforms are now a daily fixture in the lives of many people. Facebook alone has, incredibly, over a billion monthly active users. However, the speed at which social media usage has developed has arguably left the statute a long way behind. The Communications Act, which deals with electronic communication networks, came into force in 2003 – three years before the first tweet was sent, and several years before Facebook became a household name. It was not drafted with social media in mind.

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