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Online Africa Weekly Top 10: SMS ban for CAR, cross-network mobile money in Tanzania, Egyptian social media monitoring, and more
June 6, 2014 ♦ News
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Our top 10 stories from the past week feature a SMS ban in Central African Republic, annual doubling of SSA’s mobile data usage, Google’s plan to deliver satellite-based Internet, and more.

Volo to provide ISPs with a significantly less expensive way to deliver high-speed broadband Internet access
June 5, 2014 ♦ Broadband
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Volo offers a cloud-based automation platform for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to deploy fixed wireless broadband services using radically low-cost last-mile Wi-Fi networking technologies.

These days, African Internet users need to worry about privacy and not just access
June 4, 2014 ♦ ICT Policy
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African examples of Internet governance as discussed at Stockholm Internet Forum 2014.

SSA mobile data traffic projected to grow 20x by 2020, 75% of mobile subscriptions to be 3G/4G
June 3, 2014 ♦ Mobile & Statistics
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Ericsson aggressively projects that, by 2020, Sub-Saharan Africa will see 75% of mobile subscriptions as WCDMA/HSPA/LTE (3G or 4G).

eLearning Africa Report 2014 combines expert analysis and survey results to measure annual progress
May 29, 2014 ♦ Education
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The eLearning Africa Report 2014 combines news, features, interviews, literature, and survey results to measure annual progress in the field of technology-enabled learning across the continent.

Online freedom in East Africa requires amendments to current laws and openness from state agencies
May 27, 2014 ♦ ICT Policy
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How can a flood of internet-related laws, interception of communications, denial of access to information, inadequate knowledge of online safety, lack of privacy laws, ambiguous regional regulatory frameworks can be addressed by East Africa?