Current Landscape in SA Cyber Law

Author: Goran Kunjadić / Date: 10.12.2017

Internet, networks of networks, is an excellent way of getting in touch with people and making contacts.
Internet is also a tool for the development of digital surveillance on a very large scale.
This brings us to the threatened position of our freedom: freedom of speech, freedom of movement (the
right to travel freely within the cyber space), freedom of association, as well as the right to a private life.

Cyberspace ultimately belongs to the world and due to advance in technology across almost all sectors, it
has become very easy for people to use forms of technology for various Cyber Crimes which end up
harming the lives of others and the society we live in. This is a result of lack of Cyber Security awareness
and Cyber Security measures.