The state of Digital Rights in Uganda. Repression on the internet sprouted in 2018
Submission of Comments on the Data Protection and Privacy Bill, 2015
In a new report, Unwanted Witness Uganda and Civil rights defenders provide a joint analysis on cyber laws in Uganda and their failure to protect online freedoms and the right to privacy. The analysis is an assessment of Ugandan cyber laws from a human rights perspective that reflects on the compatibility...
Uganda’s cyber legal regime is too weak to uphold and protect Internet freedoms and Privacy; says the Unwanted Witness analysis report, Close to a dozen of cyber laws in Uganda have a direct impact on people’s right to privacy, use of the Internet and do not meet the 1995 Constitution and International Human...
Report Summary For Immediate release The right to privacy and internet freedoms facing threats in Uganda – Unwanted Witness Report 2014 Kampala, 17th/January/2014; the right to privacy and internet freedom are facing enormous (growing) threats as Ugandan government starts to import surveillance equipment and setting up internet monitoring units...
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