The Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet) is a multi-stakeholder platform for people and institutions interested and involved in ICT policy and regulation. The network aims to act as a catalyst for reform in the ICT sector in support of the national aim of ICT enabled growth and development.
我的好朋友， 我只想知道你是否可以帮我转账（$ 11，百万）。 转让后，我们必须分享，50％给我，50％给你。 如果您能帮助我，有关转让的更多信息，请通知我。 希望你能和我一起工作，老实说？ 谢谢。 John Mark。
Heeeee! Walu. For a moment there my heart beat fast waiting for a fairytale ending for you. Glad that the app has stepped into that space. It really shouldn't be that hard. Since I am the complainer in chief let me point out that apps are not the ultimate solution. They bug out, they hang […]
Thnx for the invite. I have however travelled out of Nairobi but will be back on sunday. So will definately run into each other during the AfriNIC meeting. walu. From: Mallory Knodel via kictanet <
Hi everyone We would like to have an informal APC members meeting for those of you who live in or have travelled to Nairobi for AIS and are free tomorrow night, Friday. Our typical practice is to invite those who can make it for a relaxing dinner as a way of building the APC community. […]
or better yet, recommend to Operators to shut down the links to the decision-makers (but keep hosted services alive for citizens!) my 2 bob, McTim On Thu, May 25, 2017 at 1:13 PM, waudo siganga via kictanet <
Good idea – but unfortunately – which institutions. There are many international courts in the Hauge for example, but I’m not sure that any of them deal with international human rights abuses. For example, the ICC has a limited mandate dealing with crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. It […]
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