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2:40
Feb 19, 2020

Right2Know takes RICA fight to Parliament

The advocacy group will join amaBhungane at the Constitutional Court, where the state security minister has appealed against a RICA judgement.

4:20
Nov 28, 2017

More calls for nuclear deal transparency

Civil organisations question why government wants nuclear energy when SA has readily available and cheaper renewable energy options.

2:00
Sep 19, 2017

R2K to picket against high data costs

Right2Know Gauteng will protest outside the head offices of Cell C, MTN, Vodacom and Telkom to demand affordable data and airtime for all South Africans.

3:00
Aug 24, 2017

R2K uncovers large-scale govt surveillance

Statistics from mobile operators show law enforcement is spying on the communications of tens of thousands of SA phone numbers each year.

2:50

Telcos will respond to R2K surveillance stats request

Vodacom, Cell C and Telkom have received Promotion of Access to Information Act requests from the Right2Know Campaign and say they will respond within the prescribed 30 day period.

2:30

R2K gives telcos 30 days to provide surveillance stats

The Right2Know Campaign has filed PAIA requests with SA's four major telecoms operators to provide statistics about how often they hand over sensitive customer information.

4:20

Internet 'censorship' Bill may see changes

After receiving public comment, the Film and Publication Board proposes amendments to the controversial Films and Publications Amendment Bill.

3:30
Sep 21, 2016

More voices join #DataMustFall Parliament debate

The Right2Know Campaign says the high cost of data and airtime is stifling SA's freedom of expression and right to communicate.

5:00
Jan 28, 2016

Anti-OTT regulation voices swell

There is a rising tide of opposition to regulation of over-the-top services, with claims that it will stifle innovation and hurt average South Africans.

3:50
Jul 24, 2015

Saving SA's Internet in 48 hours

Global Web movement Avaaz has rallied over 23?500 people to stand up against Internet censorship in SA, in just two days.

4:50

Speak up on Internet censorship

South Africans only have one more week to comment on a proposed online regulation policy that could lead to major Internet censorship.

5:10

You are being spied on

South Africans are being spied on electronically by intelligence agencies, and this covert activity is not always legal.

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