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The right to communicate The Internet in Africa

@inproceedings{Burnheim2006TheRT,
  title={The right to communicate The Internet in Africa},
  author={Sally Burnheim},
  year={2006}
}
Specifically, governments are moving to control the provision of Internet services through their monopolies of existing telecommunications services. In some countries, governments are using their position to assume complete control of the new technology to retain sole access to the revenue and, for some, to exert a degree of control over users. In both cases, government control of the Internet is a threat to established principles of freedom of expression. 
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