Welcome to Tech Policy
Thank you for visiting www.techpolicy.com.ng. The primary aim of this website is to disseminate information on tech policy and regulation in Nigeria, and generally on the African continent, through the publication of rigorous academic researches, legal articles, opinion-pieces, organized workshops and media events conducted by Chukwuyere Ebere Izuogu. These works analyzes tech issues from a legal and/or policy perspective and in some cases will make recommendations for improvement.
Visitors to this website are to note that information and works contained here do not constitute legal advice neither does it create a solicitor-client relationship.
Re: Adenuga Moves to Take Over NITEL for USD 450 Million and Competition Issues at Stake in the Communications Market (August, 2011) Available at Sahara Reporters; Journal Article
Sahara Reporters, 2011.
Co-author, ‘Intellectual property versus the public interest: who gets the vote?’ Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, Vol. 6, issue 10 (2011) Journal Article
Intellectual Property Law & Practice, 6 , 2011.
Social Science and Research Network, pp. 9, 2010.
Social Science and Research Network, pp. 5, 2010.
Data Protection Issues and the Legal Implications in Nigerian Communications Commission’s (NCC) Directive on SIM Card Registration (April 29, 2010). Available at Social Science and Research Network Journal Article
Social Science and Research Network, (7), 2010.