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[wanabidii] How African governments are increasingly clamping down on the internet to control their citizenry (M&G Africa)
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How African governments are increasingly clamping down on the internet to control their citizenry
African governments are increasingly clamping down on the internet, especially social media in an attempt to silence democratic opposition.
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