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Nigeria: Uproar as Lawmakers Push for ‘Frivolous’ Anti-Social Media Bill

Nigeria has put in place a bill that could see social media users gagged if passed into law and fined up to $10,000 for violation.

Nigeria: Uproar as Lawmakers Push for ‘Frivolous’ Anti-Social Media Bill
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