Draft Online Regulation Policy Criticised

The R2K vows to step up its campaign against the Film and Publication Board’s draft Online Regulation Policy
 

The Right2Know Campaign has vowed to step up its campaign against the Film and Publication Board’s draft Online Regulation Policy, while the Democratic Alliance demanded that both Communications Minister, Faith Muthambi, and the board appear before Parliament to respond to the outcry over the document.

R2Kb spokesperson, Busi Mtabane, points out that, “Nobody should be subject to the draconian censorship regime that the FPB envisions.”

Mtabane says the R2K can take encouragement from the huge public outcry against the regulations over the past few months.

To read the article titled, “R2K, DA increase pressure on internet regulation policy,” click here.

Source: 
The Citizen

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