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The Bahamas: Sci/Tech
The Data Protection (Privacy of Personal Information) Act places responsibility on persons processing personal information, and confers rights on those who are the subject of that information.
Radiation from cell phones can possibly cause cancer, according to the World Health Organization.
Reasserting itself as an aggressive competitor, LIME Caribbean confirmed last night that it would be building out a 4G network across a dozen Caribbean markets, but not in The Bahamas.
Shark ‘adoptions’ are bringing in funding for marine research programs at the University of Miami. The ‘adoptions’ give people naming rights and the ability to track ‘their’ shark for a year
All the islands in the Bahamas were thought to be slowly sinking, but now scientists have found quirky Mayaguana going against the crowd, which may suggest seismic instability.
The Bahamas Immigration Department is moving towards a paperless system that will use visas which will take the form of a credit card and can be read electronically.
Usman Saadat resigned as chief executive officer of the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) after receiving death threats against him and his family.
When WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was asked about the role of social networks such as Facebook, he erupted: “Facebook, in…