Tag Archives: privacy

UN Council Reaffirms Online Rights and Freedoms

Kampala, 17th /08/2018; The Unwanted Witness Uganda welcomes the United Nations Human Rights Council resolution...

Internet Freedoms and Right to Privacy; targeted as Ucc directs blockage to unregistered online publishers

Kampala, 27th/04/2018; the Unwanted Witness Uganda is saddened by the apparent illegal efforts to curtail online...

Impact of the Anti Terrorism Act Implementation to the Enjoyment of the Right to Privacy.

 INTRODUCTION    The Ugandan government is one of the several countries in Africa, which has vocally sought to...

UCC’s directives are illegal and do not cure the existing capacity and legal gaps in telecom regulation and data protection

Kampala, March 12th, 2018; Unwanted Witness Uganda condemns the illegal directives issued by Uganda Communication...

UCC Must Be Held Liable For Compromising Citizens’ Anonymous Communication Leading To Increasing SIM Card Hacking In The Country, Says Unwanted Witness

Kampala, 16th/02/2018; the Unwanted Witness Uganda wants Uganda Communication Commission to account for the increasing...

Submission of Comments on the Data Protection and Privacy Bill, 2015

Submission of Comments on the Data Protection and Privacy Bill, 2015

Uganda Parliament Invites Public Submissions on the Data Protection and Privacy Bill, 2015

Kampala, February 7th, 2018; Parliament of Uganda has finally opened up to the public to submit their views on the Data...

Unlawful SIM Card Validation Exercise Is A Threat To Anonymity And Privacy

INTRODUCTION The Uganda government through its agencies has for years focused on curtailing expression platforms such...

HOW ONE OF APPLE’S KEY PRIVACY SAFEGUARDS FALLS SHORT

Originally posted at Wired FOR THE PAST year, Apple has touted a mathematical tool that it describes as a...

The European Union’s new data privacy rules will make companies worldwide clean up their online security.

Sweeping reforms are set to take charge of European consumers’ online privacy and data concerns next spring, but the...