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Judith Mugeni, co-founder, chief strategist and managing partner of Ganizani Consulting Services
Image source: Dmitriy Shpilko –
A woman works with a computer at the Technology trade show VivaTech in France, Paris, on 17 June 2021. Xose Bouzas / Hans Lucas 
Source: Reuters
Gibs Media Leadership Think Tank launch - Social media, internet shutdowns, incitement and democracy
People hold Hamas flags as Palestinians gather after performing the last Friday of Ramadan to protest over the possible eviction of several Palestinian families from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood, in Jerusalem's Old City, May 7, 2021. Reuters/Ammar Awad
Kaspersky Innovation Hub seeks gamer startups
Hamza Idris (left), an editor with the Daily Trust newspaper, sits with colleague Hussaini Garba Mohammed in their office in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, in February 2019. The office was raided in January by the military, who seized 24 computers. Credit: CPJ/Jonathan Rozen.
Rachel Sibley delivering this presentation at the SingularityU South Africa 2019 Summit. Image supplied.
Paula Hulley
Photographer: Rikki Hibbert
Magdi Amin, investment partner, Omidyar Network
Facebook marks Safer Internet Day, partnering 20+ African NGOs
Gabonese soldiers stand in front of the headquarters of the national broadcaster in Libreville on January 7, 2019, after a failed coup. Gabon shut down the internet and broadcasting services following the coup attempt. Credit: CPJ/AFP/Steve Jordan.
Late voters check a list in a school in Kinshasa on December 30, during Democratic Republic of Congo's general elections. Authorities have cut internet access and blocked the signals to at least two news broadcasters while the results are counted. Credit: CPJ: AFP/Luis Tato.
The age of Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs): The ins and outs from SA's first commercial network
Why release of two journalists in Ethiopia does not signal end to press crackdown
Booby-trapped messaging apps used for spying
Uproar over internet shutdowns
Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa kicks off this week
Star India bags IPL media rights for $2.55bn
Internet shutdown lifted in Cameroon
Microsoft victory in overseas data privacy case stands
Image by 123RF
Image by 123RF
Mobile will be the TV of the future
AFEX members call for internet shutdowns in Africa to stop
Rockefeller 2016 Global Social Innovation Fellows announced
Twitter restores access to politicians' deleted tweets
Nissan becomes a global ICC sponsor through 2023
Copyright Amendment Bill - a diamond in the rough
Execution of Copyright Amendment Bill 'abysmal'
Anger as German 'digital rights' blog probed for treason
Pakistan cyber bill threatens free speech, privacy: rights groups
Carey van Vlaanderen
Availability of low-cost smartphones will increase in 2015 - A4AI
Video on Demand to drive requirement for carrier neutral POPs in Africa
Steve Jobs gives posthumous testimony in Apple trial
New Cabinet a blow to the right to communicate says R2K
Stealing from thieves
SA Book Fair features impact of eBooks on education
Disney channels offer streaming over the Internet
US eyes phase-out of old telephone network
US, British spy agencies crack Web encryption
Cell phone records report triggers US outrage
Google offers estate planning service
Clipping service infringes copyright
Hacker sentenced to 41 months
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