Dr. Stanley Shanapinda, LL.B (UNAM, Namibia); Master of Management ICT Policy and Regulation (Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa); PhD Computer Science (UNSW Sydney). Stanley has over 15 years of experience in the communications sector. Stanley's research focuses on ICT policy and regulation; cybersecurity governance; digital transformation and digital disruption; metadata access and use for digital services, law enforcement and security; location information access and use for digital services, law enforcement and security; data protection, privacy and human rights; hybrid threats; big data; telecommunications law and policy.
Research fellow, La Trobe University
Journal Assistant, Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective - Taylor & Francis Group
Research Fellow and Lecturer, Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) Rio Brazil
Research Fellow, Wits University, Johannesburg
Research Candidate, UNSW Sydney
CEO, Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia
Head: Legal, Telecom Namibia Limited
UNSW Sydney, Ph.D. Computer Science
Wits University, Johannesburg, Master of Management ICT PR
Justice Training Centre, Legal Practitioner of the High Court of Namibia
B. Juris, LL.B, UNAM
Privacy versus the Use of Location Information for Law Enforcement and Security in Australia, Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, Vol 6 No 4 (2018) https://ajtde.telsoc.org/index.php/ajtde/issue/view/17
Chapter: ‘Habilitando a Localização de Dados para Cidades Inteligentes: Explorando os Regimes de Proteção e Retenção de Metadados no Brasil’ [trans of: Enabling Data Location for Smart Cities: Exploring the Metadata Protection and Retention Regime in Brazil], in Jhessica Reia, Pedro Augusto P. Francisco, Marina Barros and Eduardo Magrani (eds) ‘Horizonte presente: Debates de tecnologia e sociedade’ Publisher: Letramento, 2018 [trans of: Present Horizons: Debates on Technology and Society].
Retention and disclosure of location information and location identifiers’, 4(4) Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy 251 http://dx.doi.org/10.18080/ajtde.v4n4.68
Regulatory Effectiveness: Namibia's Communications Regulatory Framework, SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2961892 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2961892
Regulatory Effectiveness: Stakeholder Perceptions of Namibia’s Communications Regulatory Framework, The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC), Issue 14.
Constitutionality of Contempt of Court - Media freedom of speech: The Constitutional Challenge of the Common Law Crime of Contempt of Court-The media, freedom of speech and expression, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (July 29, 2010). ISBN-10: 9783838365985 <https://www.amazon.com/Constitutionality-Contempt-Court-Constitutional-Court/dp/3838365984>
Law Society of Namibia
Tel Soc t/a the Telecommunications Association Inc.