Democratic Republic of Congo’s government cut internet connections and SMS services across the country for a second straight day on Tuesday as the country nervously awaited the first results from the weekend’s chaotic presidential election.
Leading western powers on Tuesday called on the Democratic Republic of Congo to restore internet access, which operators say was cut on government orders a day earlier following presidential elections. They also backed a request by the main Congolese election monitoring organisations to have access to the centres where the votes are being counted since […]
Four French men broke the internet with a video they posted online doing the Kupe dance.
SABC Board member, Mathatha Tsedu says it is important for the internet to be inclusive as it is a crucial tool for sharing information.
Thursday was the 20th anniversary of the emergence of Google, which means that 21 years ago, there was no Google, no Gmail, no Youtube, and the many other things that we now not only take for granted but feel we can no longer do without.
Canada’s high court on Friday ruled that Hollywood studios and other copyright holders must pay internet service providers to chase down Canadians who illegally download movies or other online content.
Community networks are integral in ensuring that internet-for-all is made possible to rural communities in South Africa, this is according to Zenzeleni Netwoks co-Founder, Carlos Rey-Moreno.
The European Commission will propose new laws on Wednesday giving Google, Facebook, Twitter and other internet companies one hour to remove extremist content or face fines. The Commission told such companies in March that they had three months to show they were removing extremist content more rapidly or face legislation forcing them to do so. […]
In a legal filing Monday, the Internet Association,Entertainment Software Association, Computer & Communications Industry Association, and Writers Guild of America West urged the reversal of the Trump administration decision to over turn the rules in December.
South Africa’s Vodacom launched what it said was Africa’s first commercial 5G internet service in Lesotho on Saturday, but said it would only be able to provide a similar service in its home market once spectrum was made available.