Post-Magufuli, will Tanzania review its repressive online content regulations? 

A mobile money agent waits for clients in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Under 2020 content regulations, individual expression is restricted by exorbitant fees and the government’s power to remove “prohibited content.” Picture credit by Fiona Graham/WorldRemit via Flickr, CC BY SA 2.0. In early March, as Tanzanians began to speculate about the health and location of President John Magufuli, many citizens took to social media with their queries and concerns. In response, the government issued threats of mass arrests to anyone who used social media to share false information about the president. Autho…

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