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Internet now provides the opportunity to join together as part of associations or even for meetings, hence eliminating the constraint related to the geographical proximity. However, it clearly appears that in many countries, these online groupings are neither formally regulated, nor recognized and the provisions to organize them are still unclear.
Yet, the African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms grants special attention to its 5th key principle « the freedom of assembly and association on the Internet ».
We are therefore gathering information as to find out if in some countries laws and regulations have provided for « the freedom of assembly and association on the Internet »

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* 1. Gender (tick the right answer)

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* 2. Country of residence (full name)?

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* 3. Have you ever been member of a group or of an association on Internet, or have you ever participated to an online meeting?

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* 4. Did you check beforehand if this association and / or this meeting was legally authorized?

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* 5. Do laws, decrees or other regulations setting out provisions to create an association or any other organized group, and/or to hold a public meeting, exist in your country ?

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* 6. Do those legal texts provide for associations on internet and/or public meetings online?

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* 7. If yes, kindly list references / links to those legal texts (If you don't have the references or links, put "I don't know")

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* 8. Could you name one or two major assets of these legal texts regarding online freedom of assembly and/or online public meetings  ?

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* 9. Could you name one or two drawbacks/disadvantages of these legal texts ?

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* 10. Thanks a lot for your answers. If you would like the findings of this survey to be revealed to you, kindly let us know your email address.

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