The two major political parties in Jamaica appear to be in an online war, copping the domain names of each other's campaign messages ahead of general elections
The Caribbean is woefully unprepared, with governments and private sector usually failing to take any steps until it's too late.
As Cuba negotiates relations with the U.S., the internet may become the issue that culturally and politically defines the country's identity.
The Castro regime is slightly easing its restrictions on the internet, but for Cubans that could benefit, it won't be cheap, nor will it be accessible to most
Barbaos is rolling out a central health information system by 2015, but the absence of data protection legislation and data security standards create a worrying situation