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Several provisions of this bill pose a serious threat to freedom of the press, the free flow of online information, and public debate.
Defamation in print, written and broadcast media is punishable by up to two years’ imprisonment under Saint Vincent’s penal code, pre-dating the adoption of the Cybercrime Law, but the new legislation extends criminal defamation to online content.
Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, attends a news conference during the 24th Intersessional Meeting of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in Port-au-Prince on Feb. REUTERS/Swoan Parker The International Press Institute (IPI) yesterday joined human rights defenders in a call on St.
Vincent and the Grenadines to repeal a new cybercrime law that they said poses “a serious threat to freedom of the press, the free flow of online information, and public debate”.
I had been sick for the better part of a year, and was finally starting to feel better.
I was screaming with what little air I had left, but in my head there was this calm voice telling me, it’s okay. Between some minor surgery and a lot of (other) antibiotics, my body was recovering from what they finally determined was an internal infection, and I was, at last, allowed to go home. Now, coming up to Thanksgiving almost a full two years later, I am more thankful than ever for what I have. Who got me home, cooked me dinner, and helped bring me back to my full self again. (And here’s to my mother, for not strangling the hospital intern who gave me that antibiotic.) As you may have noticed, I’m not a huge drinker.
Any minute now you’ll either pass out or die, and then everything will be okay. Sometimes I think back and I don’t know if it was medicine that saved me, or him. Here’s to life, and the people who make it wonderful. In fact, this is the first cocktail I’ve shared — but you can bet it’s a good one!
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