It was also proclaimed that “It is illegal to watch films that have not
been sanctioned by the Kenya Film Classification Board.”
I am now concerned that I will be committing a crime when I watch content
posted on social media.
On Monday, April 30, 2018, Alex Comninos via kictanet <
> I was shocked to learn that the film classification board has banned an
> LGBT film, Rafiki.
> Our Film and Publication Board recently attempted this but it was reversed
> by the courts.
> Films are ICTs and we should be discussing this on the list.
> I am looking forward to the discussion.
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