About Remy Fekete
Rémy Fekete has practiced in the TMT sectors for over 20 years, mainly in Africa, the Middle East and Europe. He regularly advises public entities and major telecommunications groups on issues related to broadcasting, distribution, digital and cybersecurity issues, and corporate law. He leads the Jones Day’s French TMT practice. In addition to his numerous missions assisting governments and regulatory authorities, notably in Africa, Rémy intervenes alongside private companies, telecommunications operators, investment funds, and financial institutions on financing, restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions’ operations. He has advised more than 30 governments and regulators in Africa in the granting of licenses, the privatization of operators, the opening up of the market to new players, and the restructuring and reforming of the worldwide legal and regulatory framework applicable to the telecommunications and information technology sector. Rémy has a significant experience in French, English, and Portuguese speaking countries of Africa and the Middle East.
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Developing digital Africa: The legal implications
In a recent post, Philippe Duluc and Christian Aghroum discussed the security implications of developing digital trust and building a climate of confidence in Africa. Data is the fuel of the new digital economy, and if we’re to truly develop a new digital-first economy in Africa, we must also consider the legal implications. Here, I look at some of the challenges…