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Most African nations have partly free online access. The decision may be less about censorship and more about manipulation of information. All African governments need to better address what exactly constitutes online freedom of speech.
Speakers and participants at Stockholm Internet Forum 2013 had much to say about how the themes of security and development relate to Africa.
African nations are rapidly going online. We anticipate positive developments with definite challenges in execution for 2013.
An in-depth look at how Ethiopia has been stifling online communication, with an emphasis on events of May-June 2012.
Today, Tunisia celebrated the National Day of Internet Freedom in memory of cyber-activist Zouhair Yahyaoui.
Libya’s interim government shows signs of caring about ICT. However, the nation lacks adequate regulatory laws, is unaccustomed to the private sector, and will be repairing damaged infrastructure for some time to come.