TTCS followup comments on the Cybercrime Bill 2017 submitted to Trinidad and Tobago Parliament Joint Select Committee on June 14 2018

 

After the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society submitted its comments to the Trinidad and Tobago Parliment Joint Select Committee appointed to consider and report on the Cybercrime Bill on May 17 2018, the Joint Select Committee (JSC) requested followup information specifically on clause 8 and 18.

A Google doc was again created to gather our followup comments and the TTCS has submitted its followup comments to the JSC on June 14 2018.

View the TTCS followup comments to JSC re: Cybercrime Bill 2017 (PDF ; 180K)

 

Draft TTCS followup comments on the Trinidad and Tobago Cybercrime Bill 2017 – please review!

The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS ; http://newhost.ttcs.tt) presented its comments on the Cybercrime BIll 2017 before the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament’s Joint Select Committee of the Cybercrime Bill (JSC) at their Sixth Meeting of the JSC on Thursday May 17, 2018.

You can read the TTCS comments on the Cybercrime Bill 2017 and watch the recording of the Sixth Meeting of the JSC on YouTube.

The TTCS is drafting a followup response to the JSC as it relates to clause 18 of the Bill (“Causing harm by communication using a computer system”).

Please view and comment on the draft TTCS followup response to the JSC dated June 11 2018. You do not need a Google account to comment and we are seeking to submit this by Wednesday or earlier.

TTCS submission of comments on Cybercrime 2017 to the Trinidad and Tobago Joint Select Committee on May 17 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society has submitted its followup comments on the Cybercrime Bill 2017 to the Joint Select Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament (JSC) on May 17 2018.

View the TTCS comments submitted to the JSC on May 17 2018 (282K)

Representatives Dev Anand Teelucksingh, Jacqueline Morris and Ryan Shirpat of the TTCS also appeared in person before the JSC on May 17 2018 at 2:30pm to share comments on the Cybercrime Bill as well as respond to questions posed by the JSC.

Watch the meeting of the TTCS before the JSC on May 17 2018 on YouTube .

1st Public Meeting – JSC The Cybercrime Bill – May 17, 2018 – FLOW, TTCS

 

Share your thoughts on the Trinidad and Tobago Cybercrime Bill 2017

 

The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS ; http://newhost.ttcs.tt) has been updating our comments on the Cybercrime Bill 2017 in response to an invitation by the Joint Select Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament next week.

You can view and comment on the Google document of the TTCS comments on the Cybercrime Bill at https://www.ttcs.tt/cybercrime2017-comments where a third column has been added to incorporate our new comments since June last year.

You do not need a Google account to comment.

TTCS comments on Draft Trinidad and Tobago National Emergency Communications Plan

The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society has submitted its comments on the National Emergency Communications Plan (TTCS copy of National Emergency Communications Plan) prepared by the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM), in collaboration with Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) and the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT)

Read the TTCS comments on National Emergency Communications Plan (PDF ; 223K)

 

Draft Trinidad and Tobago National Emergency Communications Plan published for comments

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The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM), in collaboration with Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) and the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) are inviting comments on the document titled:

National Emergency Communications Plan

Interested persons are asked to submit comments on this document via TATT’s
Public Consultation Comment Submission Form to the following email address [email protected] on or before Monday October 2nd, 2017.

The TTCS is considering a comment on this Plan and a draft will be shared in the near future.