Uganda's SIM registration to go forward, says court

From Thu Feb 28 2013, 01:20:00

Uganda's SIM card registration process will go ahead after a court ruled that it would not block a move by the Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) to have all telecom users' SIM cards registered. Justice Eldard Mwangusya said in his ruling that the application for an injunction by the Human Rights Network for Journalists was "not formally filed in [...]

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