14 November 2012

Angola: Digital Space Regarded As Challenging - Portuguese Attourney General

Luanda — The Portuguese Attorney General, Pedro Miguel Figueiredo Verdelho, on Wednesday here said that the digital space is a challenge, as the crimes practiced through internet have been raising a lot, Angop has learnt.

The Portuguese Magistrate said so when chairing a talk designed to cadres of the Attorney Office of Angola under the theme "The challenges of modern societies in the Fight against Internet Crimes and other related issues".

He said that in the digital space, there is the responsibility of the suppliers of public services that are not exempt when they are warned of the issuing of an illegal content.

On his turn, the assistant attorney general of Angola, Agostinho Domingos said the country does not have a specific law on internet crimes.

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