African news outlet coastweek.com reports from the ongoing Internet Governance Forum:
According to International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Secretary General Hamadoun Toure, governments should put in place round the clock Internet surveillance to prevent cyber-crime.
Toure called for the need for governments and the private sector to enter into partnership to ensure measures to guard Internet users in order to realize the full benefits of information technology growth.
Has Touré really called for “round the clock Internet surveillance”?
Anyhow, the design of coastweek.com makes me feel 15 years younger.