ICT and the Law

The ICT Law & Regulation course at Uganda institute of ICT aims to give participants (law and nonlaw graduates) an understanding of the domestic and international law that regulates electronic transactions and activity in digital space. The course will make extensive use of visiting lecturers, legal, regulatory and policy implementers and practitioners working in the area and technology experts.

Benefits

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Critically evaluate ongoing developments in law and regulations relating to ICT;
  • Display an understanding of how these developments relate to one another;
  • Examine areas of doctrinal and political debate surrounding rules and theories;
  • Evaluate those rules and theories in terms of internal coherence and practical outcomes;

ยท Draw on the analysis and evaluation contained in primary and secondary sources.

Targeted Audience

  • Advocates (both in-house and practicing)
  • Academia
  • Policy makers
  • Police and law enforcement agencies
  • IT and Data Protection Officers
  • Civil Society actors/activists

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