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Very interesting research focusing on perceptions of and attitudes towards privacy, data sharing and trust in four African countries. Key finding: “Mobile users attitudes to trust, privacy and identity linked
Thanks Dr am already in this. God bless you i appreciate your recommendation. Thanks KICTANet i appreciate sharing of knowledge and all the brilliant kenyans who are doing this. Asante
Dear all This list is moving dangerously close to being used for personal attacks disguised as ‘Policy Advocacy’. We need to be careful otherwise we shall lose the whole essence
Patrick, Can we steer clear of ad hominem attacks?, this list has thousands of people with different interests and various levels of expertise which has made it useful in the
Dear Grace, Listers, What I am noticing (and it’s quite concerning) is an attempt to divert attention away from the high-profile information security risks that I have raised – rather
Careful Patrick. The same questions may be asked of you- who are you and what is your interest? On Thursday, 13 June 2019, Patrick A. M. Maina via kictanet wrote:
Hi Patrick, I found the report on a reputable Internet Policy list, read it and shared it on the group. There is nothing sinister about it other than the fact
Interesting. Who owns / runs Nissaba.net? I could not find any information anywhere about the organization’s founders, directors or team members (except, after a bit of online digging, for one
Listers, Might be of interest. Regards ———- Forwarded message ——— From: Richard Hill Date: Tue, Jun 11, 2019 at 5:45 PM Subject: [Internet Policy] A summary of the report of
Listers This may be of interest. In a listicle world where even the trivial is quantified, judged, and graded, let’s rank something important for a change: Which web browsers are
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