Sth Africa Signs Mobile Code of Conduct

“Members of the South African Wireless Application Service Providers Association (WASPA) have signed what they describe as the first mobile services code of conduct in SA to deal directly with preventing spam. It will also cover elements such as subscription services, mobile content services, including adult content services, and paying for mobile content on the handset.” The move is an attempt to pre-empt hard government legislation…
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