Ellipsis director and regulatory expert Dominic Cull highlighted that it is not significant that the bill has been approved by Cabinet.“The debate only begins when the bill is introduced in Parliament,” said Cull. “Don’t expect the bill to look the same coming out as it did going in.”Cull said the process of drafting an online content regulation policy will essentially start again after it is debated in Parliament.Despite these processes, Wakashe is confident the regulations will kick in in 2016. “I want it to kick in April next year,” he said.

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