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Facebook Engaging Ugandan Gov’t on Shutdown 5 1

Technology giant Facebook has said that it is in active engagement with Government of Uganda over the Facebook shutdown that has lasted for now month.
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Facebook Remains Blocked as Gov’t Restores Social Media Facebook page 1

Today, the State Minister for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Peter Ogwang announced that the blockage had been lifted. While he apologised for the blackout that Ugandans were subjected to, Ogwang cautioned against the destructive engagements on social media.
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Museveni Explains why Government Blocked Facebook in Uganda President Museveni 3 1

President Museveni has explained that the social media, Facebook has been blocked by Government, after the National Resistance Movement (NRM) supporter’s accounts were pulled down.
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Police Resorts to Arresting Pro-Kyagulanyi Online Broadcasters facebook 3 1 Top story

The Director of Operations Uganda Police Force, Assistant Inspector General of Police-AIGP Edward Ochom recently told journalists at a press briefing that 17 of the pro- Kyagulanyi broadcasters were picked up broadcasting live while wearing press jackets.
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Facebook Blocks Anti-Bobi Wine Accounts social media 1 2 Top story

Hundreds Facebook accounts in Uganda that have been posting anti-Bobi Wine messages have been pulled down by global giant that has 2.7billion users, more than a third of the world's population
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Is @KagutaMuseveni a Private Account? The Media Experts View State House 4 3 Top story

William Tayebwa, the head of the Makerere University Department of Journalism and Communication says that any public servant at that level of leadership ceases to own what ordinary people call private accounts and adds that unless the account is encrypted and the information is not available to the general public then it can be considered private.
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Tax Dispute: URA Closes Observer Offices the observer 1 Top story

The Observer disputes the claims, saying that it has been engaging the tax body since December 2018 to try and clear discrepancies between their figures and those of URA.
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Mak Students Raise UGX 8Million for Suspended Colleagues member 1 1

Bernard Taremwa, the WUSA President said that they agreed as members of the association in a meeting last week on how best to help their suspended colleagues. According to Taremwa, they agreed that each member of the association, which is comprised of 83 members should contribute whatever they can and managed to raise Shillings 8million.
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Museveni Explains Social Media, Mobile Money Tax mobile phone 1 Top story

Why do we have to borrow or beg from outside or even borrow from within We do so because many people who are supposed to pay tax do not pay the tax. How do we know this We know this by using the standard measurement used all over the World. This is the GDP: tax ratio. This means the amount of taxes paid compared to the size of the GDP, the size of the economy.
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Facebook: Uganda Govt Requests For User Account Information muruli mukasa

Facebook has revealed that the Government of Uganda is among the 74 countries that requested for user account information in the first six months of 2013.
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