African governments are increasingly clamping down on the internet, especially social media in an attempt to silence democratic opposition.
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Leicester City had a 5,000 to one chance of winning the English league title. The past week has taught us that very improbable things do happen
A social media blackout is thwarted by proxy networks, and some make a new discovery - that lunch and teargas travel faster than ballot boxes
There’s a high geographical penalty for internet access in Africa. Being landlocked adds an average $232 to the monthly price of fixed broadband
East Africans most supportive of free press. And in post-authoritarian African countries, the media shouldn't expect much from the public.
Protest-hit Burundi cuts mobile networks, blocks Twitter and Facebook as strongman brings hammer down
Authorities banned three popular radio stations from live reporting demonstrations, and shut down one broadcaster.
Think your resolution is tough? Just see what some of these countries are up against.