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Government body overseeing election pools, and media through legislation and affairs planning.
Government body providing infrastructure, policies, and developments in the telecommunications, IT, and postal sectors.
Private sector conglomerate of information, communication, and technology companies and startups in Palestine advancing the ICT sector's interests.
Government body responsible for supporting markets, commercial transactions, and ensuring the efficiency and quality of goods.
Outlines the modernization and development of the telecommunications, ICT, and postal sectors through expansion of infrastructure, increased efficiency, and adaptation to electronic services.
Outlines a plan to transition to an e-government to provide access government information and services, allow for increased feedback, and build an information society.
Provides a plan for ICT use in Palestine to best capitalize, benefit, and progress in the ICT sector.
Provides a plan for Arab media to respond to the challenges and variables of globalization by setting program policies and treatments.
Provides regulations around electronic transactions to prevent fraud and increase efficiency and transparency of transactions.
Criminalizes identity theft, fraud and forgery, human trafficking, racial discrimination, terrorism financing, drug and narcotic promotion as well as other crimes committed through the Internet and computer technologies. Also imposes penalties on individuals who digitally produce or share “immoral material” or material that jeopardizes “the public order”.
Ordered establishment of a separate and strong national regulatory authority, the Palestinian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (PTRA), to provide professional, fair, transparent, and independent regulation of the telecommunications industry. Despite dividing responsibility of the sector between MTIT and the PTRA, the PTRA has yet to be established.
Grants the Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technologies the duty of setting up, running and operating telecommunications networks in the Palestinian territories.
Provides for freedom of the press and freedom to establish media outlets, and state that there should be no censorship. However, stipulates that restrictions may be imposed if press activity threatens “national unity” and “Palestinian values.