How South Africans are fighting back against the Internet Censorship Bill

MyGaming recently reported on the submission made by gamers on the proposed “Censorship Bill”.

The Bill will affect virtually all online media in South Africa, from barring Steam distribution to putting you on a government watch list for watching porn.

But how exactly are South Africans standing up for their rights?

Make Games SA’s and Michalson’s Attorney Nicholas Hall has compiled a number of submissions as to why the proposed Bill should be deemed unlawful.

Check them out below:


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