Even with all the awareness campaigns, “bill shock” for roaming charges is still a thing that happens to many people.
The government has done a lot of work in attempting to provide many of its services on the Internet, but it has a long way to go before we can seriously rely on these services for our daily transactions.
Intellectual property rights are meant to provide an incentive for innovators to create, but granting unnecessary protection could act as a barrier to innovation.
There are countless services available on the Internet that operate globally without necessarily having any physical presence in every single country in which their customers are found.
The new portal for government data launched by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) is a great achievement for the government, but work needs to be done to ensure that this project provides real value in a sustainable manner.