Not Yet Uhuru: Surveillance, censorship and data practices in the new Tanzania

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Image courtesy Ameya Nagarajan Jaramogi Oginga, a Luo chieftain who became a prominent figure in Kenya’s struggle for independence wrote a memoir “Not Yet Uhuru” (Swahili for “Not Yet Free”), which is an apt framing device for the state of Tanzania’s digital space. The new Samia Suluhu regime has been in power for nearly a year since the sudden death of former president, John Pombe Magufuli. Under Magufuli, Tanzania witnessed oppression of the media, human rights defenders, and constriction of civil society after new laws and strategies closed the civic state. In five to six years, Tanzania we…

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