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.
Here is the poster for the event. Best, Ida Ida Ng'ang'a Director, Strategic Partnerships Regional Consortium for Development (RCD Africa) On 28 Jul 2016 13:55, "Ronald Mweu via kictanet" <
Dear Listers, Please confirm your attendance URGENTLY for the Internet Society Kenya Chapter AGM this Saturday 30th July 2016, from 2pm to 5pm, at iHub Research, 2nd floor, Bishop Magua Centre, opposite Uchumi Hyper, along Ngong Road. Humbly, if too busy or held up, kindly just come & register then leave, we need your signature […]
@Karis, Apologies for late intervention. Just looked at the Investigation Procedures and just have a concern in terms of ‘who’ does them. Whereas it is envisioned that a police officer would carry these out, it would have been better to qualify this in terms of a ‘cyber-police’ officer. Moving in and grabbing computer related equipment […]
This might bring about a sharp contrast between county and national laws, (though most counties are yet to develop any on ICT cyber crime), counties in Kenya envisage themselves as autonomous and as so might want to litigate internally. I think the Prevailing Clause act should be clear and specific enough to highlight its scope.
Hello Listers, The HSBS Group Nairobi, I hope this finds you well. The HSBS Group Kenya is inviting you for a giant ICT Forum above to be held at Strathmore University Auditorium on the 29th of July 2016. The theme of the Forum is “GOVERNANCE AND FRAUD PREVENTION". The theme should help you have knowledge of the […]
Hi Teacher Karis, I have a problem with this section. It reminds me of the ICC cases for lack of a better example, once you are a signatory of an International Convention , it is my humble opinion that you are bound to make every effort to fullfill it, maybe our legal colleagues @ Bomu […]
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