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Tanzania orders all unregistered bloggers to shut down

Tanzania ordered all unregistered bloggers and online forums on Monday to suspend their websites immediately or face criminal prosecution.

Tanzanian court stops govt from making online content regulations

Tanzanian High Court on Friday restrained the government from starting to regulate online content, which was to begin on Saturday.

Tanzania orders bloggers to register within 14 days

Tanzania’s communications watchdog on Saturday issued a two-week deadline for all bloggers to register their platforms under tough new online content rules.

Tanzanian musician Diamond Platinumz arrested over social media video

A famed Tanzanian musician has been arrested by authorities over a social media post deemed to be in breach of cultural norms of the East African nation.

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