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Angola: Monitoring the Use of the Internet

A “storm of criticism” has been raised in Angola following the discussion of a draft law on computer crime, says Mukelani Dimba, expert on right to information in Africa. Dozens of cybernauts have commented an interview [pt] where Mihaela Webba, lawyer and professor, clarifies the scope of the bill and says it is unconstitutional concerning privacy rights.

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