Ethiopia can impose jail sentences on People who Post Hate Speech or Fake News

[IT News Africa - Africa] - 14/02/2020
In another effort to curb negativity in social media Ethiopia’s parliament has passed a law on Thursday that imposes a jail term and a fine for people whose internet posts “stir unrest,” reports Techweez via Reuters. It is evident that this is a move by the government to prevent violence ahead of (...)
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