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iciHaiti - Justice : The Haitian law poorly adapted to the use of ICTs
09/09/2015 12:32:42

iciHaiti - Justice : The Haitian law poorly adapted to the use of ICTs
Haitian laws are poorly adapted to face the increasing use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) notes the National Telecommunications Council (CONATEL). That is why, in accordance with paragraph F) of section 7 of chapter 3 of the Decree (August 1987) defining its mission, the CONATEL looks at the use of ICTs in the context of the law, to make proposals to reduce the gap between the law and the use of these technologies.

The CONATEL gives as an example "The law prohibits an employer from asking a person it hires about his sexuality, religion and political affiliation. However, the employer can easily check the Facebook page [or other] of the applicant, filter this information and make a decision without the applicant knows it. We have much to do to ensure that our laws are in harmony with respect to these technologies," warning prospective job applicants "do you see why you should not reveal your private life on social networks."

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