Caribbean countries are truly justified in focusing their development efforts on resilience, particularly after the awful 2004, 2008 and 2017 hurricane season, as well as the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
Barbados is poised to direct the Caribbean in building the platform for a new type of visitor; the extra-regional nomad of the scientific, technological frontier.
I have made mention of the GDPR before, however we need to read further into the legislation to understand its civic importance and the importance of compliance.
The call to action from the ITU starkly highlights the regional need for a united, dedicated technological strategy in the face of multiple ICT phenomenons.
Having worked with intensely personal data for over ten years, I do not see these incidences as technology failures.
I first wrote about this topic in July, after prolonged investigation of the blockchain protocol and Bitcoin, the cryptography-based currency that makes main use of this protocol. Since then, there has been a
In May, Royal Bank of Canada declared new fees for account holders in the Eastern Caribbean and Trinidad. They were met with waves of anger and account closure, but the fees are here