The trio of organisations has won the battle but the war against state surveillance is far from over.
The judge has also added a provision to RICA until such time as it has been fixed by government.
You would never know if our government is watching your communications, and that’s a really big problem.
The South African National Editors’ Forum condemned the suspension of three senior SABC employees, who disagreed with a decision not to cover R2K protests.
Protesters are demonstrating in front of the SABC’s main offices across the country, demanding an end to censorship and the firing of COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
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
No protester will be allowed within 600 metres of Parliament at tonight’s #SONA2016, the city has ruled.
OWASP Cape Town adds voice to dissent, says new Bill could be threat to white hat research.
R2K says it’s “outraged, but not surprised by the paranoia and utter disdain that the securocrats show for ordinary people and their organisations”.
R2K raises concern over leadership role for SA as we fall down corruption rankings.
R2K’s concern is that China is one of the most repressive countries in the world when it comes to the internet.
Local activists join international voices concerned that internet.org undermines net neutrality.
Draft regulations that propose all internet publishers pay for a licence to operate criticised.
Privacy campaign group adds weight to DA and EFF voices calling for answers over Thursday’s events.
South African Police Service has 30 days to hand over a complete list of the key points.
There is no public list on what is considered a National Key Point.
The Right2Know Campaign will be holding a public debate in Soweto tomorrow.