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BTW, in the same country where a wealthy person can get a judge to prevent his arrest.Â I suspect this has more to do with cracking down on dissent than sorting out insecurity.Â On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 12:32 PM, Dennis Kioko <email@example.com> wrote: 1. The State wants to look into your phone SMS […]
1. The State wants to look into your phone SMS and emails to fight insecurity. How many terrorists and criminals used SMS or email before making their attacks? How many media reports are there of criminals bribing their way around the country.Â 2. The State now wants the power to deny you bail. http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/article-179102/proposal-let-cops-deny-suspects-bailÂ What […]
This is an interesting take from Dr Nyairo, an analyst on cultural issues. Kenyaâ€™s death may come from Internet pranksters and their boundless irony Read on. Kenyaâ€™s death may come from Internet pranksters and thei… The agencies that should be securing the Internet appear to have neglected their […]
This might be used to fight dissent more than secure us.Â We aren't insecure because of the lack of intelligence, we are insecure because of a lack of will to secure the country.Â On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 7:59 PM, Mouz via kictanet <
Dennis, It goes without saying! If NIS can intercept the communication between terrorists then they can be stopped before they do any harm. Actually, one use case of Big Data is national security. All the communication within a country is filtered through 'The Machine' and one becomes a 'person of interest' if his/her communication makes […]
FYI… Regards Bob. ———- Forwarded message ———-From: Yaovi Atohoun <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 9:09 AMSubject: [AfrICANN-discuss] AGENDA IANA transition Coordination Group meeting July 17-18To: AfrICANN list <email@example.com> Dear all /bonjour a tous For those who want to follow remotely the Â Coordination Group Â meeting, please note that it starts at 08:00 UTC and […]
Bugging issues as yet : inline posting gets stripped, dealing with old emails, associating user identities with mailing list names so users can post as themselves...