Google the makers of the internet’s leading search engine have announced that soon they will release an update that will see more context being added to search results in a bid to fight fake news and misleading information. This will be done through a new tool called About this result which was released back in […]
When the European Union unleashed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) upon the world back in 2018 they brought about a much-needed intervention in the tracking and cookie world. Before that, it was the Wild-West out there with each tech giant doing as it pleased. Internet users had very little power and control over how […]
In a controversial move, it seems the United States government has seized domains belonging to Iranian affiliated news agencies. Right now if you try to visit Presstv.com you will be greeted by a seizure notice, an FBI and the US Department of Commerce seal. This is just one domain name of many such news related […]
TAZIVA Online will be hosting a Digital Wellness Meet-up To Discuss Data Privacy, fact-checking Online and more this Friday 5/02/2021 at 14:00
The government of Uganda has reportedly ordered the total shut down of the internet heading into tommorow’s Presidential Election.
Imagine suffering ZESA Fault and when power is restored you find that your ZOL Pay As You Go data has been depleted.
A look at the number of people and the money lost during Google’s massive outage that lasted nearly an hour this afternoon.
Gmail and other Google servies are down. The outage started a short while ago with users reporting that they couldn’t access google services.
A look at the influence of the internet on sex work industry.
It’s not something that everyone wants to think about but we have to consider what happens to our online presence we are no longer around.
POTRAZ Director General’s Speech at the launch of the Child Online Safety Guidelines which were developed by Childline in partnership with POTRAZ.
It is an understatement to say 2020 has been an unusual year. Thanks to Covid-19 a lot of people have spent entire months cooped up in their houses stuck with their spouses and children and unable to go to work. To preserve their sanity a lot of people turned to streaming services like Netflix, Amazon […]
Before we begin I need to admit that I am one of those people who like things that are similar to the things I already like. There are instances when I venture off and try other things but that’s few and far between. So when browsing the internet for something to add to my many […]
A limited violation of Net Neutrality can help the education sector in Zimbabwe without serving corporate greed
I have always found the debate around net neutrality to be outrageous. What is there to debate — Should capitalism be allowed to reap the nursery sown and grown by socialism? Should corporate Darwinian free market chaos be allowed to overrun the fair, just order of the virtual realm as well? Should the world’s greatest […]
The Pioneers of the Internet may have had early imaginings of what their contributions would do to change global communication. They couldn’t however have imagined the scope and scale their work would reach. In the second decade of the 21st century it’s anyone’s guess why the internet hasn’t yet been classified as a public utility. […]