Zambia police compiles database from SIM info - report

Tuesday 13 November 2012 | 13:15 CET | News
Zambia's secret service, called the Office of the President, (OP) is creating a database of all mobile phone users in the country as part of the on-going SIM card registration by MTN, Airtel and Zamtel, the website Zambian Watchdog reported. About last December, the previous regime created the Statutory Instrument on the Registration of Electronic Communication Apparatus No. 65 of 2011, which required all mobile phone users to register their SIM cards.The registration process is administered by each mobile service provider but the Watchdog said it has been informed that this information is

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airtel / MTN / Zamtel
Countries: Zambia
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