– New media law in Uganda is unconstitutional

In a commentary in the Daily Monitor, the MA-student and part of the Norpart program at OsloMet university, Nelson Bahati, argues that the recently amended law on Computer Misuse curtails freedom of speech in Uganda.

The law is highly controversial and Nelson Bahati believes its amendment proves of “an iron hand on cybercrimes, malicious and uninvited information, false news” and also sees it as a violation of “any individual’s freedom and rights through the media”.

Please find the full commentary here.

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