Right2Know Campaign took the fight for lower data and airtime costs to the doors of SA’s big 4 mobile networks.
Among R2K’s #DataMustFall protest demands is free SMSes for all.
New report from R2K et al shows how deep the rabbit hole goes.
R2K has called out MTN and Vodacom, over what it calls ruthless profiteering from high data costs, that are widening the digital divide in South Africa.
The South African National Editors’ Forum condemned the suspension of three senior SABC employees, who disagreed with a decision not to cover R2K protests.
Tell SA’s Parliament just what you think about the FPB’s plan to implement a censorship strategy for online content.
An open letter to the Special Envoy on Open Government Partnership, signed and endorsed by the Right2Know Campaign and 15 other organisations.
The group will hold two pickets in Johannesburg and Cape Town to highlight the government’s surveillance capacity
Right2Know takes South African government to task over concerns “about the state of surveillance”.
No protester will be allowed within 600 metres of Parliament at tonight’s #SONA2016, the city has ruled.
#Handsoffourinternet you say?
Uploading content that hasn’t been certified by FPB could result in R500K fine.
The Right2Know campaign demands that the FPB shows how it reached the conclusion that the public is down with internet censorship.
R2K raises concern over leadership role for SA as we fall down corruption rankings.
South Africa should look to Canadian coops for expanding internet access.
Campaign group to hold seminar on subject next Tuesday.
R2K’s concern is that China is one of the most repressive countries in the world when it comes to the internet.
These handy services make it easy to lodge your thoughts on SA’s new internet regulations.