Cameroon

Lobe waterfall and its river, Cameroon, Africa. Image Credit: Shutterstock

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Internet

Disrupted: Cameroonian entrepreneurs struggle to keep business flowing under internet ban over protests

As governments throw the internet kill switch with greater frequency to head off unrest, tech communities in these countries face an uphill battle with only a few [Read More...]
Mar 01, 2017
State-owned CAMTEL's headquarters in Yaoundé. Photo Credit: CAMTEL

While the West freaks out about Trump, Cameroon blacked out the internet for English-speaking minority

Selectively blacking out the internet to curtail political unrest and organizing is the new normal
Jan 27, 2017

Mobile

Disrupted: Cameroonian entrepreneurs struggle to keep business flowing under internet ban over protests

As governments throw the internet kill switch with greater frequency to head off unrest, tech communities in these countries face an uphill battle with only a few [Read More...]
Mar 01, 2017
State-owned CAMTEL's headquarters in Yaoundé. Photo Credit: CAMTEL

While the West freaks out about Trump, Cameroon blacked out the internet for English-speaking minority

Selectively blacking out the internet to curtail political unrest and organizing is the new normal
Jan 27, 2017

Policy

Disrupted: Cameroonian entrepreneurs struggle to keep business flowing under internet ban over protests

As governments throw the internet kill switch with greater frequency to head off unrest, tech communities in these countries face an uphill battle with only a few [Read More...]
Mar 01, 2017
State-owned CAMTEL's headquarters in Yaoundé. Photo Credit: CAMTEL

While the West freaks out about Trump, Cameroon blacked out the internet for English-speaking minority

Selectively blacking out the internet to curtail political unrest and organizing is the new normal
Jan 27, 2017

Telecom

Disrupted: Cameroonian entrepreneurs struggle to keep business flowing under internet ban over protests

As governments throw the internet kill switch with greater frequency to head off unrest, tech communities in these countries face an uphill battle with only a few [Read More...]
Mar 01, 2017
State-owned CAMTEL's headquarters in Yaoundé. Photo Credit: CAMTEL

While the West freaks out about Trump, Cameroon blacked out the internet for English-speaking minority

Selectively blacking out the internet to curtail political unrest and organizing is the new normal
Jan 27, 2017