Thanks for your rejoinder. I will be back to you substantively – give it some little while. Let's keep the debate on.
FlorenceNot sure whether we have an official position on Net Neutrality yet..Ali HusseinHussein & Associates+254 0713 601113 / 0770906375
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Sent from my iPadOn 21 Apr 2017, at 12:05 PM, florence mwangangi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The current position in Kenya – as with other jurisdictions – is support for net neutrality premised on the law. That is the position being exemplified by Rand Fishkin, and I share it too.
However, if there's a shift in the big net market in the US, it would affect us too as will be the case with other nations. Question is whether we can "make noise enough" to have net neutrality retained at the international level, noting the huge influence the rich and mighty ISPs wield.
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