Good to see additional contributions and thanks to all who have submitted.
So far there are very interesting ideas proposed. They include focusing on:
Fintech and Regulation in Kenya. How do we ensure that innovation continues
with the impending regulations?
Film, Regulation and ICT
GDPR influence in Kenya
Blockchain and It’s Various Uses
GDPR Implications on data handlers in Kenya
GDPR in Africa, Status of Data Protection in Kenya (Africa)
Virtual Markets Promotion and development
GDPR and Whois
Cybersecurity in the Corporate space
ICT in the fight against corruption in Kenya
ICT and the big four agenda
Intermediaries as Government Co-conspirators
Online gender violence in Kenya
Policies for Data-sharing in Kenya
Standardized framework for auditing Government and public institutions
Systems, websites and Mobile Applications
Keep your suggestions coming here or on the link. Also share your thoughts
on what has been proposed so far.
On Tue, 12 Jun 2018, 14:14 David Indeje via kictanet, <
> Dear Grace,
> Thank you Grace for having similar thoughts as I on ‘ digitalisation
> project by the government’. I hope it will a topic that will be featured.
> *Kind Regards,*
> *David Indeje *
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> On Tue, 12 Jun 2018 at 13:19, Grace Bomu via kictanet <
> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hi Victor,
>> I would be interested in a post election audit of issues that arose
>> during 2017 and how they are being addressed.
>> In 2017 KIGF when issues such as USF were discussed, it was in a spirit
>> of urgency as the election was looming. With the benefit of time to
>> prepare, I wonder how measures for better access to all Kenyans are being
>> implemented if at all.
>> Other issues on this same theme are the massive digitilisation project by
>> government where we are moving everything online, data protection and our
>> content policy.
>> Il martedì 12 giugno 2018, Victor Kapiyo via kictanet <
>> email@example.com> ha scritto:
>>> Good morning listers,
>>> I trust you are well well. I would wish on behalf of the MAG team to
>>> thank all those who have submitted views so far on the call. So far, we
>>> have very interesting suggestions which we shall share with you all on this
>>> I would like to politely remind and encourage those who haven’t, to
>>> quickly fill in the brief form via this link –
>>> We’d like to have all your views, in the spirit of multistakeholderism
>>> by this Friday, 15 June.
>>> Kindly spare a minute of your time and contribute
>>> . Ahsanteni.
>>> MAG Chair
>>> On Tue, 5 Jun 2018 at 13:09, Victor Kapiyo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>> *Good afternoon Listers,The Kenya Internet Governance Forum (KIGF) is
>>>> an annual meeting that brings together various stakeholder groups to
>>>> dialogue on ICT and Internet policy. While the discussions give soft policy
>>>> outcomes, KIGF is a knowledge sharing platform that informs and inspires
>>>> policy actors in both the public and private sectors. The national forum
>>>> also feeds into the regional and global IGFs through a chain of reporting
>>>> and representation to the regional and global IGFs to ensure a bottom up
>>>> Internet policy development processes and a strong link between global
>>>> internet policies and the national one. *
>>>> *This year, the meeting shall be held on the 19 July 2018 in Nairobi.
>>>> On behalf of the local Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG), we’d be
>>>> interested to hear your views on the issues and topics that you think ought
>>>> to be discussed during this year’s Kenya IGF. To enable us track them,
>>>> kindly share them in this Google Form
>>>> <goo.gl/forms/2raiKfsF5EUdN0dG2> which is in the format below:a)
>>>> Proposed topic(s):b) Why the topic is important or relevant:c) Proposed
>>>> speakers (if any):We are working on a tight schedule, but we’ll be happy to
>>>> receive your feedback by the 15 June 2018.We shall then compile your input
>>>> and prepare the topics for the pre-IGF online discussion scheduled for
>>>> early July and the final IGF Programme. We’ll also get in touch with the
>>>> proposed speakers to bring them into the room. Here’s the Kenya IGF 2017
>>>> Report <www.kictanet.or.ke/?p=36996> for your review.*
>>>> Kind regards,
>>>> *Victor Kapiyo*
>>>> Partner | *Lawmark Partners LLP*
>>>> Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, Commissioner for Oaths & Notary
>>>> *Suite No. 8, Centro House, Westlands, Nairobi | **Web:
>>>> www.lawmark.co.ke <www.lawmark.co.ke> *
>>>> *“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude” Zig
>> Grace Mutung’u
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