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The Chadian blogging scene is heating up and the end of the year saw a Barcamp, an Internet governance forum, and an Internet festival targeted at youth.
Youth in Swaziland are turning to social media as an alternative to mainstream media but many are unaware of its dangers.
Abdi Latif Dahir of Sahan Journal takes a unique perspective on how normal people in Somalia are engaging with technology.
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?
Results of nationally representative, face-to-face surveys tell of growing mobile internet usage in Nigeria.
Our top 10 stories from the past week feature themes relating to elections, tablets, transparency, free Wi-Fi, and more.