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the Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA)

The Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) is an independent statutory Authority which was created by the enactment of the Information & Communications Technology Authority Law on 17th May 2002 and is responsible for the regulation and licensing of Telecommunications, Broadcasting, and all forms of radio which includes ship, aircraft, mobile and amateur radio. The ICTA conducts the administration and management of the .ky domain, and also has a number of responsibilities under the Electronic Transactions Law 2000.


With the enactment of the ICTA Law, the Cayman Islands became one of the first countries in the world to officially recognise the convergence of telephony, radio and broadcasting, the Internet and e-business. The Board of the ICTA reports to the Legislative Assembly (Parliament) through the Minister of Planning, Lands, Agriculture, Housing & Infrastructure.



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