new privacy law at Mozambique threatens freedom Of expression, activists sayGlobal Voices Online #Global_VoicesFebruary 8, 2020
Social Networks in Mozambique.
New amendments to the Mozambican Penal Code introduced to protect privacy could threaten freedom of expression, activists say.
A number of activists welcomed the new amendments as a ‘’timely’’ measure to protect privacy.
It is a way to discipline the use of social networks by users.
Cidia Chissungo, another activist, expressed her concern that the implementation of the new amendments could bring with it challenges to the right to access information.
It’s good and fun when something happens to others, but at the end of the day we don’t want anyone to invade [our] privacy.
Several other activists expressed concerns that the law will greatly restrict freedom of expression, press freedom and internet freedom.
The change made to criminal law on recordings, images published on [online] networks without the consent of those concerned is worrying.
During the video, he says:
This law undermines freedom of expression and access to information and may allow impunity to continue.
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