Dominic Cull works with ISPs and others to maintain a degree of sanity in the development and application of law and regulation in the ICT sector.
Dominic has extensive experience in advising on the commercial and regulatory aspects of new technology, broadcasting, and electronic communications ventures for local and international companies and policy and regulation in the ICT and telecommunications sectors, having spent 14 years advising the public and private sector on ICT legal issues.
Dominic is involved at all stages of the communications law and regulation-making process and liaises closely with, inter alia, the Independant Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), the Department of Communications, the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, SAPS Cybercrime Division, National Gambling Board, Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services, Portfolio Committee on Telecommunications and Postal Services and the Film and Publications Board on an ongoing basis.
Dominic holds a B.Bus.Sci, an LLB, and an LLM in Information Communication Technology.
- What content legislation should ISPs be worrying about?
- Looming technical requirements:
- Blocking international sites
- Creating a "clean feed" system
- Panel debate: ISPA's lobbying position on content