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Nigerians Should Say No to Social Media Bill

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Expand Two men check their phones in Kaduna, Nigeria, Saturday Feb. 23, 2019. © 2019 AP Photo/Jerome Delay Nigerian campaigners are speaking out against a bill that would regulate engagement on social media with the campaign #SayNoToSocialMediaBill. The Protection from Internet Falsehood and Manipulation Bill 2019 was presented in the Senate for a second reading last week before being passed on for further consideration. Activists have called for a rally at the National Assembly this Wednesday to protest the bill. The bill prohibits statements on social media deemed “likely to be prejudicial…

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