In Rwanda, we undertake to gather a full picture of the status of internet policy and infrastructure. We do this by keeping track of the institutions within Rwanda 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 Amendments made to the Law on Genocide Ideology 2008 (Amended 2013) to include a less ambiguous definition of offenses and a requirement to prove criminal intent of a suspect. However the president is yet to assent to the new law

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Through the OpenNet Africa Initiative, 05 Laws shaping Internet Freedom have been evaluated:Law Relating to Access to Information of 2013Law Governing Telecommunications 2001Law relating to the interception of communications 2008 (Amended 2013)Law relating to electronic messagesElectronic signatures and electronic transactions 2010Law on Genocide Ideology 2008 (Amended 2013)