February 9, 2013 (BOR) - South Sudan has begun a process of registering all telephone subscriber identity module (SIM) cards in order to track those responsible for issuing threats and conducting criminal activity using mobile phones.
The decision to conduct the nation-wide registration was taken by South Sudan’s cabinet in 2011 before the country seceded from Sudan. The registration only began in some parts of South Sudan in December 2012 as it took over a year to separate the country’s (...)
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