The Telecommunication Act 2023, replaces the hoary Telegraph Act 1885 and the Wireless Telegraphy Act 1933. Through these years, as technology evolved, service providers entered and exited, and communications changed from voice to data, the Telegraph Act stood tall, albeit through a series of amendments and intermittent policy reforms. The life span of this new Act may not be as long, but it will need to see through the next few generations of communications technology including a multitude of innovations spanning human-human (voice calls, messaging, video calls), human-machine (wearables), and machine-machine (Industry 4.0) communications. The use of computing and other complementary technologies such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, and quantum computing, will become inseparable from communications technology.  Read more […]

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