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Social media is popular in Cameroon but encouraging even greater participation is challenging given the online climate.
Despite reports of online surveillance, relatively few African governments – 8 to be exact – requested user information or content removal from Facebook or Google.
RNW asked the question “How do you surf?” to dozens of young people from around the world. Using photographs in conjunction with the answers, the group published a series of interactive portraits of young netizens in their natural surfing habitat.
A bi-annual analysis of Facebook pages and groups for African heads of state shows citizens internet in their leaders.
African nations are at different stages of overall Internet engagement. Some have growing numbers of new users; others have a more experienced online audience.
Our thoughts on a variety of issues facing African Internet development in 2013 run the gamut from electricity to freedom of expression to country-level domains.