We live in a world that is increasingly interconnected often defined as a global village. Largely thanks to the internet and the digital platforms that revolutionized the way humans communicate
Cudurka safmarka ah ee loo yaqaano covid19 ee uu sababo fayraska “coronavirus” ayaa caalamka si ballaaran u saameeya. Sida ku qoran warbixinnadii ugu dambeeyay tirade dadka uu haayo xanuunkan ayaa kor u dhaafeysa 1.4 malyan, in kabadan 89,000 oo qofna ay u geeriyootay ayadoo wali la filanaayo in tirada intaas kasii badato. Cudurkan oo markiisi
Somalia’s press freedom record is dismal. The 2019 World Press Freedom Index ranks Somalia 164th out of 180 countries while a 2020 Amnesty International report indicates that press freedom
Somalia had recorded steady growth in telephone penetration – with 7.6 mobile subscribers. However, internet penetration remains
Digital Shelter was among the recipients of the second round of the Africa Digital Rights Fund (ADRF) which is an initiative
Digital Shelter organized its first forum on the online shrinking civic space in Mogadishu, Somalia which came at the right time
This week, Digital Shelter joined Africa’s biggest internet forum #FIFAfrica19 held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
As it is said, the numbers speak louder than words: according to International Federal of Journalists (IFJ) 95 journalists killed in the line of duty last year alone. 700 over the past ten years. 348 imprisoned.
The Internet, in its early days, seemed to promise new freedom for millions of people around the world. Most people remain convinced that premise can yet be borne out.
What are social media trolls? They’re people who deliberately provoke others online. By saying inflammatory and offensive things. They live to make people upset and angry.