Legal concerns raised over CCTV cameras, drone use

The potential for legal liability and human rights violations apparently forced the Cayman Islands government’s hand on the approval of a Data Protection Bill in the waning hours of its last Legislative Assembly meeting.
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Cayman’s bond rating ‘stable’

The Cayman Islands government’s debt rating has stayed the same and maintains a “stable” outlook going forward, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

Cayman girls rock roller hockey

Fourteen of Cayman’s competitive roller hockey players are girls, some holding top ranks in the statistics in some age groups, organizers said in a press release.

Junior golf series wraps up fifth round

Twenty-three golfers took part in the fifth round of the Digicel Junior Golf Series on March 26 at the North Sound Golf Club.

Cayman sailing team races in Florida regatta

Cayman Opti team skippers handled the intense high-wind sailing conditions with poise and control at the 2017 Sunshine State Championship March Regatta on March 4 and 5.

Queensgate edges Cricket Square to win St. Ignatius scramble

Seventeen foursomes participated in the eighth annual St. Ignatius Church and School Golf Scramble on March 24 at the North Sound Golf Club. The charity event raised nearly $5,600 for the school and church development fund, organizers said in a press release.
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Corporate volleyball winds up week 4

After week 4’s games on March 22, the results of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball Coed League are:M&C d. Dart 25-18, 23-25, 15-5

Open water swim relay set for Saturday

The Massive Open Water Relay takes place at 3:45 p.m. Saturday at Governors Beach in Grand Cayman.


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