Day 1- Policy and Regulatory Framework on Privacy and Data Protection

Hi listers,
I concur with @Francis. Data minimisation is essential in guaranteeing the
least possible data breaches in the event of compromised systems or
databases.
It would also inspire innovation by focusing on relevant data for the
purposes of which it is being collected. It would therefore aid in
identifying problems and or gaps from processing the relevant data
collected and consequently developing solutions to these problems.

Kind Regards,
William.

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 7:36 AM kanini mutemi via kictanet <
kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:

> Thank you @Francis. What impact will minimisation have on innovation?
>
> @Grace I like that you refer back to the draft policy as the underlying
> statement of intent. Indeed throughout this process we must consider both
> the draft policy and the draft bill.
>
> This thread will remain open even as we move to the Day 2 discussion.
>
>
> On 22 Aug 2018, at 21:50, Francis Monyango <monyango93@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I think we need a very serious data minimisation culture. Entities that
> collect data in their course of doing business need to collect what is
> needed. I should not be compelled to name my family tree plus a letter from
> my local chief just to gain admission into a building. (hyperbole alert)
>
> On 22 Aug 2018 09:58, “kanini mutemi via kictanet” <
> kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
>
>> *Day 1- Principles of Data Protection *
>>
>> Dear Listers,
>>
>> As GG had indicated on Monday, we will hold online moderated discussions
>> on the policy and regulatory framework on privacy and data protection. I
>> will kick us off with a discussion on the proposed principles of data
>> protection (Part 5 of the draft policy and Part IV of the draft bill).
>>
>> There are seven proposed principles–
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> *(a) Fairness, lawfulness and transparency(b) Purpose limitation(c) Data
>> minimisation (d) Storage limitation (e) Accuracy(f) Confidentiality and
>> Integrity (g) Accountability*
>> To begin with, I welcome comments on
>>
>> *-what is your first impression of the principles?*
>>
>> *-why do we need to set out principles?*
>>
>> *-are the principles clearly defined in the draft policy and bill?*
>>
>> Tujadiliane!
>> —
>> *Mercy Mutemi​.*
>>
>>
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