Ugandan Govt Impose Tax On Facebook, Whatsapp Use
Following a law which as passed by the Uganda parliament over the regulations of social media platforms in the country, the law has been put into effect.
NIGERIA NEWS recalls that the law sparked up uproars from young citizens in the country prior to its effect.
Reports reveal that as at yesterday several residents in the country could not access their social media platforms.
Tthe law requires that UGX200 (52 cents) would be paid before the platform is accessed.
The law covers popular platforms which include, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Google Hangouts, Yahoo Messenger, Instagram, YouTube, Skype, and others.
According to President Yoweri Museveni, the changes are necessary as social media encourages gossip.
However, citizens due to the latest development have resorted to Virtual Private Networks which the government also promises to block.
US law forces Chinese firm to control internal communication with US employees
Technology giant, Huawei is battling another yet another dilemma on how to communicate internally with its own U.S. employees sequel to US Ongoing ban.
The trade battle between the US and Chinese authority is really affecting a lot of thing between the two powerful countries.
This dilemma has led Huawei to order its Chinese employees to bar technical meetings with their U.S. contacts and sent home the American workers deployed in research and development functions in Shenzhen headquarters.
Dang Wenshuan, Huawei’s chief strategy architect, in an interview with the Financial Times said that the company has also limited general communications between its Chinese and U.S. workers.
The Chinese technology giant is still struggling to comply with the murky laws after its weeks-long tension with the U.S. government sees no signs of resolution in the immediate future.
It was gathered that Huawei now controls the subjects of interactions the workers in its campus have with overseas visitors with conversations not relating to technology.
The FT report that Dang said the company was just trying to ensure it was on the right side of the law as it remains unclear exactly how export controls could mandate disruption of internal communications within an organization.
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