Accusations of censorship conspiracy over opposition to South Africa's land expropriation bill

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Accusations of censorship conspiracy over opposition to South Africa's land expropriation bill

Dear South Africa, a website which aims to make it easier for South Africans to participate in government public consultations on policy and legislation, was issued a take-down notice last week.

The notice was issued to Dear South Africa's hosting provider, Xneelo, by the Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA).

Following the take-down notice, the Dear South Africa website went offline for a few hours. It is currently displaying a notice which says that the site is being migrated.
 
First time I have heard of them.
Will they relaunch a new website and domain?
 
guess it wasnt easy to simply dump all the submissions and burn them in a veld somewhere.
so takedown their site.
 
Accusations of censorship conspiracy over opposition to South Africa's land expropriation bill

Dear South Africa, a website which aims to make it easier for South Africans to participate in government public consultations on policy and legislation, was issued a take-down notice last week.

The notice was issued to Dear South Africa's hosting provider, Xneelo, by the Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA).

Following the take-down notice, the Dear South Africa website went offline for a few hours. It is currently displaying a notice which says that the site is being migrated.
What does this have to do with Eskom?
 
So the guy making all the accusations of censorship and foul play, is actually using an NPO as his personal bank account?
 
This is why we can't have nice things. I hope a criminal case of fraud has been opened.

Although the entire organisation does smell fishy to me after reading this.
 
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