Burkina Faso Banned Indecent Content On Social Media By Passing A Stric Law

Burkina Faso Banned Indecent Content On Social Media By Passing A Stric Law

Burkina Faso’s President, Ibrahim Traoré, and his administration have recently taken a bold stance to counter the perceived “degradation of moral values” on social media platforms. To achieve this objective, a new law has been passed to strictly punish the distribution of what they deem “inappropriate” content, especially content featuring partially nude individuals on popular platforms like TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram.

As per the new law, influencers who exhibit their bodies in a suggestive manner on social media networks are now at risk of facing up to two years in prison and a fine of up to three million CFA francs. The law’s primary goal is to preserve Burkina Faso’s cultural and traditional values and contain the spread of content that the authorities consider “obscene” or “degrading.”

This decision marks a significant turning point in Burkina Faso’s online content management, with the government taking serious steps to protect the nation’s “social and moral stability” from the growing influence of social media platforms. The new law aims to safeguard Burkina Faso’s cultural and moral values by regulating the content available on social media platforms

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Sasa utasikia human rights this, human rights that. While americunts will be 1millionsteps ahead banning tiktok itself but no human rights being violated.

Huyo puppet wa Russia ni clown tu

Most importantly, Chinese banned everything americunt so I think it’s a fair deal for tiktok and fentynl to be banned in America

You misunderstood, they are not banning social medias, they are banning indecent content featuring partially nude individuals on popular platforms like TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram. As long as your content is appropriate you are still allowed to use social media

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