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Government accesses the call records of more than 70 000 phone numbers in South Africa per year, according to the Right2Know Campaign, citing statistics from Vodacom, MTN, Cell C and Telkom. “These numbers show that, at

The Cape Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday said it shared concerns about the SABC’s management issues, but that none of its members had approached it for advice on withdrawing advertising from the public broadcaster. Around

The Right2Know Campaign on Monday demanded the removal of SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, saying he is unfit for the job. Motsoeneng had been given sweeping powers to make editorial decisions

The Right2Know Campaign has described the proposed the cybercrime bill as flawed. The organisation said the legislation was designed in a way to censor the Internet. The organisation’s Micah Reddy said the problem with the proposed bill was that it was too broad and it would effectively

The state security department’s national cybersecurity policy framework, which was approved by cabinet in 2012, has finally been published. The Right2Know Campaign said recently that, until October, the document was regarded as classified. The policy framework was

The new cybercrimes bill is flawed, too broad and brings the country one step closer to the securitisation of the Internet, the Right2Know Campaign has said. It was basically the secrecy bill of the Internet as it stood now and handed the keys of the Internet to