Compulsory registration of array of online content creators threatens free expression in Uganda
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Journalists covering opposition politicians are prone to constant and brutal attacks by Ugandan authorities who are clamping down hard on President Museveni’s political rivals.

The government’s dissemination of critical information on COVID-19 via social media is inaccessible to the majority of Ugandan citizens unable to afford the country’s social media tax imposed in 2018.

Ugandan journalists temporarily detained for wanting to report on the conditions faced by university students in lockdown, were asked to inform police prior to working on stories of “such a nature”.