- What impact has the Internet shutdown had in #SouthernCameroon?
- — Essongori Maribau (@Essongori)Wed, Feb 22 2017 13:33:09
- — Essongori Maribau (@Essongori)Wed, Feb 22 2017 13:37:59@AJStream Locally owned private businesses like "cyber cafes" have been crippled. Online studies put to a halt. Students can't do research.
- — DreamlivesOn (@Dream_LivesOn)Wed, Feb 22 2017 13:49:14@AJStream Impossible for many people in the diaspora to send money via Money agencies back home, Startups are now grounded with no activity
- — Labelle (@ms_wakuna)Wed, Feb 22 2017 14:10:53
- Thoughts on protests in Anglophone Cameroon
- — tallehatenchong (@tallehatenchong)Tue, Feb 21 2017 22:14:39
- — tallehatenchong (@tallehatenchong)Tue, Feb 21 2017 22:23:49@AJStream it's a shame we live in a country where the rule of law favours the 'elites' rather than protect citizens from infringements.
- — Desmond de Villiers (@Desmondo33)Wed, Feb 22 2017 10:01:45@AJStream How can they call for dialogue when arbitrary arrests is the order of the day? Gov't had long lost control over Anglophone regions
- — Desmond de Villiers (@Desmondo33)Wed, Feb 22 2017 09:59:23@AJStream Buses travelling from Anglophone to francophone regions are searched like they are crossing into another country
- FAKE NEWS
- What conditions do you think have allowed fake news to spread in the first place?
- — AGABI .A. MICHAEL (@aries4uu)Wed, Feb 22 2017 04:01:55@AJStream fake news thrive because these novelty appeals to targeted audiences whom seek bias in all forms to make a point.
- — Sameera Khan (@Doc_Sameera)Wed, Feb 22 2017 00:54:18
- What can be considered "fake news" ?
- — Issam Kayssi (@issamkayssi)Tue, Feb 21 2017 23:34:27@AJStream “Fake news” means: falsehoods or biased news. The former can be verified. The latter should be said up front (everyone is biased).
- What are the consequences of #FakeNews on journalists and news consumers?
Cameroon and Fake News
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