Today, the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) launches The State of Internet read more
In Burundi, we undertake to gather a full picture of the status of internet policy and infrastructure. We do this by keeping track of the institutions that influence internet policy, the factors that support internet access and the way in which our focus countries engage with each other.
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|1||Constitutional Court quashes several repressive provisions of Burundian media law|
|2||All 17 districts of Burundi are now covered by the fiber optic system laid by the Burundi Backbone System|
|3||Positive response from government on media concerns|
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