Tag Archive: Internet freedoms

Understanding “Fake News” and Internet Shutdowns in Africa

PhotoCredit : BBC Africa  In 2016 after attending my first Re:publica, a techie conference in Berlin, I wrote of a need for Africa to have...

Article | October 09, 2017
African Leaders Could use ‘Fake News’ to Control Internet Access

Social media and technology companies have emerged as major culprit of the 2016 American elections for allowing publication and promotion of ‘fake news’. For...

Article | December 09, 2016
Running despotism on a chip: Why we Must Speak Out on Internet Freedoms

In the last three months, I have attended two major events and participated in discussions on free speech on the internet. On July 10,...

Article | July 29, 2016