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Towards an African Narrative on Digital Sovereignty

Author: Hofmann, V.
Published in: Digital society blog
Year: 2022
Type: Other publications
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6365750

Data about people in Africa should remain in Africa and African states should have the autonomy to decide for themselves how to regulate their digital infrastructure and how to plan their digital futures. In brief: African states need to realize and own their digital sovereignty. But what does sovereignty mean? How can states achieve sovereignty?

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