SOUTH AFRICA’S WORST INTERNET CENSORSHIP LAW

Jessica talks about the problems and absence of logic surrounding a new policy drafted by the Film and Publication Board of South Africa. Not only are certain sections of the policy plagiarized from other international reports, but the policy is so vague it can be applied to anyone publishing content online. This includes Facebook statues, news reports, YouTube videos and many other types of online content. Watch as she explains the policy and what that means for the future of online content in South Africa:

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