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One of the conclusions drawn at the end of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development held in Geneva, Switzerland in 2003 was that inadequate legal and regulatory frameworks constitute the most important factor hindering developing countries, including Nigeria, from achieving maximum economic potential from ICT...
In Nigeria for example, cyber criminals have developed more sources than the computer alone, to making their living.Besides hacking on peoples websites, emails and other online environments, using them for selfish and criminal activities, the hackers have advanced their trade, making the Global system for mobile communications, GSM, the new toast of their heinous crime.
^ mind you I realize the UN is entirely feckless; "international law" is a misnomer at best.
since there is no cybercrime law in Nigeria, perpetrators of such crimes go scot free even when caught.
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