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“The CA has, however, defended the report, saying it was revised after wide consultations and input by all industry stakeholders.” Who was involved in this wide consultation? I didn’t see
Listers Is this headline misleading or what? 🙂 A revised competition report by the telecommunications industry regulator has dropped the controversial proposal calling for the splitting of Safaricom into separate
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Washington You simply can’t do that.. You snooze you lose.. Besides which there’s no law against ‘Squatting’ as you put it.. I detest that word. Let’s be circumspect on how
KENIC forgot to reserve the WWW name in the beginning. However, what beats be is the absence of a legal channel/process to reclaim the name. Why not just decline to
Collins Not sure you understood Kivuva… Ali Hussein Principal Hussein & Associates +254 0713 601113 Twitter: @AliHKassim Skype: abu-jomo LinkedIn: ke.linkedin.com/in/alihkassim “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is
aha, so kenic actually sold www to someone? Goodness! Regards, Collins Areba, Kilifi, Kenya. Tel: +*254 707 750 788 */ *0731750788* Twitter: @arebacollins. Skype: arebacollins On Fri, Dec 29, 2017
Collins, all domains on .co.ke namespace are subdomains. Nothing different from www. Check for yourself on whois. That already is legally binding. On 28/12/2017, Collins Areba wrote: > @kivuva, >
Dear Ali and Washington, I can see you want KeNIC to be a billion dollar organization 🙂 My comment on co.ke is that, we have just started rolling out the