Information and Communication Technology | The Daily Star
  • No compromise on freedom of expression

    Media experts, journalists and human rights activists have called upon the government not to put restrictions on newsmen and social media users in the name of laws for ensuring freedom of expression in Bangladesh.

  • Software Technology Park opens for IT start-ups

    A Software Technology Park is inaugurated that will prioritise start-up businesses in the information technology (IT) sector of Bangladesh.

  • SIM re-registration starts Sep 13

    Verification and re-registration process will continue for three months. Devoid of re-registration, a SIM will be blocked.

  • ‘Section 57 gives admin unfettered discretion’

    A lawyer who is representing a writ petitioner argued before the High Court that Section 57 of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act provides “unfettered discretion to the administration”.

  • Cabinet okays draft of ICT policy

    The cabinet approves the draft of the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Policy-2015 in a bid to ensure development in the ICT sector.

  • Second submarine cable due next year

    IT surely is good news for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services, as work on the second submarine cable is due to be completed in 2016.

Top