How Ugandans can beat government censorship: Daily Dot

Fri, 2016-05-13 00:00

From the article: “For the second time this year, the government of Uganda is openly censoring Internet activity within the country. This time it’s happening in the lead up to Thursday’s swearing-in ceremony for President Yoweri Museveni.

Just three months ago, the government took similar action amid violent election unrest, charges of election rigging, and the arrest of the opposition leader.

Many Ugandans didn’t take the censorship sitting down last time, turning to anti-censorship tools like Psiphon and Tor to beat government action. The same tools are available this time around, so spread this article to help Ugandans and anyone else who will face similar situations around the world.”

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