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Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un. This week marks seven years since the Gambian community and press fraternity have been mourning the loss of The Gambia’s Daily Observer

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un. This week marks seven years since the Gambian community and press fraternity have been mourning the loss of The Gambia’s Daily Observer, Gambia Fatoumatta: This week marks the seventh anniversary of the Daily Observer’s closure, which signifies a setback for press freedom under President […]

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Cybercrime legislation is akin to a double-edged sword

Fatoumatta: Cybercrime legislation is akin to a double-edged sword. The primary issue lies in the absence of a designated governmental authority tasked with securing the internet for all. It is vital to shield cyber data from unauthorized access and to deter bullies and perpetrators of violence, yet it is just […]

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Analysis: What was the reason behind repealing the Nana Cybercrime law only to introduce a new one? It seems like the same problems that affected Yahya Jammeh’s enactment of the Cybercrime law are now affecting Adama Barrow in a similar way

Fatoumatta: What was the reason behind repealing the Nana Cybercrime law only to introduce a new one? It seems like the same problems that affected Yahya Jammeh’s enactment of the Cybercrime law are now affecting Adama Barrow in a similar way. The law seems to limit freedom of expression, and […]