FG sets rules for Internet Platforms

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National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, has issued new regulations for Internet platforms available in Nigeria.

A statement signed by NITDA Spokesperson, Hadiza Umar, disclosed that the new code was designed to protect the fundamental human rights of Nigerians and non-Nigerians living in the Country.

The statement noted that the code requires Internet platforms to register with the Corporate Affairs Commission, CAC, and appoint a designated Country Representative to interface with Nigerian authorities.

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