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Saudi Arabia has announced the implementation of a comprehensive personal data protection system, following the issuance of Royal Decree No. (M/19) and its subsequent amendments through Royal Decree (M/148).
More than two-thirds of the UN's targets for sustainable development can benefit directly from digital technologies, according to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), organizers of SDG Digital.
ESCWA organized a workshop on building trust in digital government services in collaboration with the Arab Information and Communication Technologies Union (AICTU), the Internet Society and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The workshop took place over two days, on September 11 and 12, 2023. The opening session on the first day was attended by Rola Dashti, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of ESCWA; Engineer Mohamed Ben Omar, the Director-General of the Arab Information and Communication Technologies Organization; and Dr. Najla El Riachi, the Minister of Administrative Development in Lebanon.
In a landmark development for Iraq's digital evolution, Prime Minister Mohammed Shia' Al-Sudani has officially inaugurated the National Data Center at the General Secretariat of the Cabinet.
By Frank Dai, President of HUAWEI CLOUD Middle East and Central Asia
In this exclusive three-part series, Telecom Review continues to share a comprehensive evaluation of the Q2 2023 performance of prominent global telecom vendors, including Cisco, Ericsson, Nokia and ZTE.
Telecom Review successfully presented its latest webinar titled "5G Deployment in North Africa,” which gathered industry experts to discuss the adoption rates and potential coverage, along with opportunities and challenges related to spectrum issues.
Bahrain, Qatar and the UAE are leading the world in internet penetration, with networks covering 100% of their populations.
According to a study conducted by the ITU, approximately 2.7 billion individuals, or roughly one-third of the global population, are still without internet access.