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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?
Recent legislation has potentially infringed upon the online rights of millions of internet users in Uganda. Are Ugandan citizens’ rights online restricted and how will new legislation be enforced?
Three massive World Bank projects (in multiple phases) are helping bring affordable broadband connectivity to underserved parts of Africa.
This week’s African tech news round-up consists of 100 stories from 29+ countries.
A dozen or so ideas and facts shared at the September 2013 Uganda Internet Governance Forum describe the state of ICT service delivery in the East African country.
In the past two years, there have been more than 50 Kickstarter and Indiegogo projects to help improve African ICT access and/or literacy. Most have successfully raised money within the past year.