Namibia Djaffar Moussa-Elkadhum

Mushelenga concerned about illegal surveillance of journalists

Mushelenga concerned about illegal surveillance of journalists

Martin Endjala Information, Communication and Technology Minister has urged journalists to continue putting more effort in their work and exposing sensitive information, despite the growing trend of unauthorized surveillance on journalists by tech-companies, spying and keeping tabs on journalists. Peya Mushelenga also encouraged journalists to ensure that their stories are accurate, reliable and trustworthy and to continue exposing corruption and obtain their information within the scope set by the journalism code of conduct. Speaking to the activities of some tech companies, Mushelenga said “unauthorised surveillance can expose information gathered by journalists including from whistle-blowers and may also harm the safety…
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