What we do (not) know about Internet shutdowns in Africa

Internet shutdowns in Africa have become the new normal. In 2019, at least 10 African countries blocked access to the internet, constituting a growing trend of digital repression, especially in less democratic regimes. The term internet shutdown has been widely used to describe different phenomena of internet manipulation, ranging from throttling of internet speed, over … Continue reading What we do (not) know about Internet shutdowns in Africa