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Africa: Who owns the African blogosphere?

Daudi Were asks, “who owns the African blogosphere?”: “In my opinion the internet is a space through which discussion takes place and blogs are the tool through which we utilise that space for discussion. In other words this space we have carved on the internet is our land and bloggers are the occupiers of that land.”

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