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Daily Dashboard | Report: Privacy laws in six African countries aren't protecting citizens Related reading: EU, US launch competition policy cooperation

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Governments in six African countries are conducting surveillance in violation of constitutional rights despite privacy laws, The Conversation reports. A team of researchers from the Institute of Development Studies and the African Digital Rights Network examined privacy laws and surveillance in Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Sudan, and found six factors eroding citizens' privacy, including unclear privacy laws, a lack of accountability and new laws increasing government surveillance abilities.
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