Understanding the African Declaration On Internet Rights, Freedom

"Although the African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms does not originate from an authoritative body and neither does it bind African states or persons who endorse it, it definitely serves (and should serve) as a policy-making and internet governance aid across the continent," writes Adeboro Odunlami of The Guardian.

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