IOCA

(redirected from Interception of Communications Act)
AcronymDefinition
IOCAImage Object Content Architecture
IOCAInterception of Communications Act (UK)
IOCAIntercollegiate Outing Club Association
IOCAIslands of Croatia Award (amateur radio)
IOCAInternational Optimist Class Association (UK)
IOCAInside Out Community Arts (Los Angeles, CA)
IOCAIn Ovo Carcinogenicity Assay
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Marvin Dames, noted, on April 25, 2018, that the Interception of Communications Act of 1969, applicable to old technologies, was limited to only antiquated forms of communication.
The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Act of 2009, Interception of Communications Act of 2008, Criminal Law Procedure Act (revised in 1998), and Narcotic Drug and Psychotropic Substances (Control) Act of 1988 were designed to enhance the investigative capabilities of law enforcement authorities and prosecutors in obtaining convictions of drug traffickers.
They say the Interception of Communications Act 2002 and the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, alongside other similar rules, are adequate.
RSF expressed concern that the Interception of Communications Act, signed by President Robert Mugabe on Aug.
This supersedes the Interception of Communications Act 1985 which became outdated because of rapidly changing tele- communications technology, particularly e-mail and the internet.
She added that students could use either the Human Rights Act, the Interception of Communications Act or the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to challenge the situation.
Demon Internet Ltd, the UK internet service provider owned by ScottishTelecom Plc, has attacked the UK government's proposals for extending the Interception of Communications Act 1985 to the internet, saying the rules would place too much financial and legal liability on ISPs.
The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Act of 2009, the Interception of Communications Act of 2008, and the Criminal Law Procedure Act (revised in 1998) were designed to enhance the investigative capabilities of law enforcement authorities and prosecutors in obtaining convictions of drug traffickers.
The Regulation of Interception of Communications Act (RICA) campaign comes to an end on the 30 June 2011.
The amended acts include the Money Laundering and Terrorism (Prevention) Act; the Companies Act; the Domestic Banks and Financial Institutions Act; the Financial Intelligence Unit Act; the Mutual Legal Assistance and International Co-Operation Act; the Insurance Act; the Financial Investigative Unit Act; the International Financial Services Act; the Gaming Control Act; the Interception of Communications Act; Customs Regulation Act; Trust Act; Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) Act; Criminal Code Act; and the Firearms Act.
The Deputy Minister of Communications, Mr Obed Bapela will be driving the Regulation of Interception of Communications Act (RICA) Campaign on, 26 June 2011 at the Madadeni Sports Field in Newcastle KwaZulu-Natal.
The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act of 2009, the Interception of Communications Act of 2008, and the Criminal Law Procedure Act (revised in 1998) were designed to enhance the investigative capabilities of law enforcement authorities and prosecutors in obtaining convictions of drug traffickers.