Statement: Monitoring of Social Networks by Uganda Police threatens rights

Kampala, 15th/07/2019; the Unwanted Witness Uganda is concerned about Uganda Police Force’s intensified unlawful surveillance of social networks resulting into increased clamp down on dissenting views online. In a period of two months, police has kidnapped and subsequently arrested seven (7) Internet users majorly Journalists for allegedly annoying president...

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The Unwanted Witness Petitions Uganda Communications Commission over weak policies and Terms of Service for voice and data service providers in Uganda.

Kampala 12/June/2019, the Unwanted Witness petitioned the telecommunication regulator, Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) calling for an immediate investigation into the weak internal policies and Terms of service of Uganda’s major voice and data service providers. The Unwanted Witness observes that the feeble policies Compromise the rights of consumers and...

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Unwanted Witness Welcomes Uganda’s Data protection law, Calls for enforceable regulations

Kampala, 1st/03/2019; Unwanted Witness welcomes the move by President Yoweri Museveni to assent onto the much needed Data protection and privacy Bill,2018 into law. The new law regulates collection, storage and use of personal data by different entities including government agencies, corporations and private institutions operating within and outside...

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Stop Persecution of online journalists, says Unwanted Witness.

Unwanted Witness Uganda is calling to an end Police’s harassment and persecution of Independent online journalists in the country, which act is meant to scare online publishers from reporting on sensitive subjects. Last week police’s criminal Investigations Department (CID) summoned editors from five (5) online publications on allegations publishing...

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Uganda’s Mass Surveillance at odds with Human Rights Standards, says Unwanted Witness.

Kampala, 10th/12/2018; As Uganda joins the rest of the world to Commemorate the International Human Rights Day, Unwanted Witness is deeply concerned about Government of Uganda’s constant expansion of mass surveillance practices disregarding the vice’s chilling effect on human rights as enshrined in national, regional and International human rights...

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Ugandan Security Agencies Must Desist From Curtailing Internet Freedom

Kampala; 28th August, 2018; Unwanted Witness-Uganda, is deeply concerned by the repetitive threats being issued by different security agencies targeting dissenting opinions on the Internet following the arrest and torture of Hon. Robert Kyagulyanyi Ssentamu and 33 opposition politicians ahead of a by-election in Arua district, North Western region...

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