Daily Brief

Total 70 Posts

#KeepItOn in Tanzania 📵

Since 2011, there has been a steady increase in internet throttling or shutdowns across the world before or during elections and protests. The latest such case is in Tanzania.

Facebook censored #EndSARS content 🙈🙊🙉

Facebook labeled #EndSARS content following #LekkiMassacre as "false information." It later issued an apology blaming its "automated systems," this excuse is hard to accept given the company's history with fake news and hate speech.

Africa Rising, for who? 🌍📈🤔

More money leaves Africa via illicit financial transactions than the continent receives in aid funding. Coupled with unemployment and corruption, this brings into question the narrative that Africa is Rising. Specifically, for who is it rising?

The Democratic Republic of Congo's curse ⚒️

Trouble has been simmering and brewing in the Democratic Republic of Congo for many decades. Here is what you need to know and how it affects you, business, and technology.

#EndPoliceBrutalityInNigeria explained ✊🏿

Criminals have gone online. Rather than follow them online, SARS remained stuck in the same methods and prefers to use profiling to victimize innocent Nigerians.

Understanding the Experian Data Breach ⚖️

Data breaches and leaks have become a common occurrence in South Africa in both the public and private sectors. Here is a detailed breakdown of what transpired regarding the Experian Data Breach.

Another day, another hack 🐱‍💻

We need independent investigations into data breaches that organizations suffer so we, as customers, know the extent to which our data was accessed. We can't rely on an organization's internal investigation and press release.