Interview about internet censorship in Africa

Accidently, I just stumbled upon an online article in which I was interviewed about internet freedom in Africa. Although the article was published a couple of months ago, it is still as relevant as it was then.

I talk about the walk-to-work demonstrations and the threats journalist received in Uganda while trying to cover the civil unrest, and social media like Twitter and Facebook that were blocked by the government. The article dives into the possible link between the Netherlands and the ditribution of software in Africa that makes it easier to block or censor certain content.

You can read it all here

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