Jordan is setting a bad precedent for countries in our region by continuing to enforce the licensing requirement for news websites in Jordan in accordance with its publication law.
The European Court of Justice held last month that a Spanish man had the right to force Google to delete links relating to him from the search results on the basis that he has a right to be forgotten.
In an unprecedented move, Tesla, an American manufacturer of electric cars, has announced that it will make all of its patents openly available to all those who wish to use them, including its competitors.
Almost exactly one year ago, the Information Technology Authority (ITA) of Oman attempted creating an open government data initiative, but this initiative failed to attract much attention and until this day, open government data in Oman does not have a legal framework to support it.
It has been almost two years since the Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRA) published the draft regulations for combating spam in Oman for public consultation, yet these regulations are still nowhere to be found and spam remains largely unregulated.