The recent sentencing of a Nassau woman to eight months in jail after she was convicted of threatening another female on her Facebook page, at first sounded strange and something that was unlikely to happen in The Bahamas.
Still relatively new, video resumes are now being used to land smart job seekers their “dream job,” because the HR field is beginning to embrace online branding and the use of new technology.
The communications industry in the Bahamas is expected to receive a technological thrust forward with the merging of two communications entities – Cable Bahamas and IndiGo Networks – in addition to the long awaited and inevitable privatisation of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).
Usman Saadat, currently the Director of Policy and Regulation, will move into his new position as CEO at the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) next month.
Allegedly gave tax concessions to Pascal Pessiot, who had been convicted for running an unauthorised online poker game via subsidiaries in Belize and the Bahamas.
Google’s decision to fix what wasn’t broken is a bold bet on the future of search and the way people use the Internet.
Emerging cybercrimes are threatening the security confidence of the electronic banking system especially, with online banking still in its growing stages in the Bahamas.
On 15 September, an open alternative to Facebook will be launched. The project, entitled Diaspora will be a more “privacy-aware, personally-controlled” social network.
MP Fred Mitchell incorrectly blames DPM Brent Symonette for “losing” the MOFA website when it is Mr Mitchell who hired an incompetent (and apparently unethical) website administrator.