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Government Awards Internet Contract to Spy on Nigerians’ Internet Communication

Nigeria’s government has reportedly awarded an internet surveillance contract to Elbit Systems, an Israeli firm for US$40 million ostensibly to aid intelligence gathering and national security.  The secretly awarded contract is ostensibly to spy on...

EFF, PI to Launch New Principles on Human Rights and Communication Surveillance

A set of international due process principles around human rights and communication surveillance will be launched in September this year. The principles, known as the “International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to...

Groups Call on NBC to Issue Community Radio Licenses

Civil society groups, community-based organizations, and members of grassroots communities have called on the broadcast regulatory body, the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), to urgently initiate the issuance of community radio licenses to communities in...

Police Assault Journalist

Two policemen attached to the Sabo Police Division in Lagos assaulted Mr. Samson Folarin, on May 14, 2013. Mr. Folarin, a correspondent with The Punch newspaper was taking photographs of one of the policemen...

Stallion Times Media Service Holds Workshop for Journalists on Disability Reporting

Stallion Times Media Service has held a workshop for journalists on how to better and appropriately report on disability to boost their efficiency in giving adequate publicity to issues concerning the physically challenged within...

Wole Soyinka Media Centre Holds 2013 Media Lecture Series

The Wole Soyinka Center for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) holds its 5th media lecture series on July 31, 2013. The theme of this year’s lecture is The Freedom of Information Act and the Dictatorship of...