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On Tue, Sep 1, 2020 at 2:44 PM Kevin Donovan via kictanet <
> Just a reminder, this series begins today. Our next roundtable â€” with Prof
> Ndemo, Alice Munyua, Mercy Ndegwa, and Jumanne Mtambalike â€” begins in
> fifteen minutes.
> I hope you can join.
> On Thu, 27 Aug 2020 at 11:17, Kevin Donovan <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Please join us next week for a series of roundtable discussions on the
>> role of digital data in East African economies.
>> The Data + Markets workshop brings together leading experts to explore
>> the production and use of this new commercial resource, asking how digital
>> data is transforming industries, what opportunities and challenges exist,
>> and how regulation might be best crafted.
>> From 1-3 September, we have six events:
>> – Regulating Data
>> <developingdata.org/data-markets-data-regulation/>, with
>> Linda Bonyo, Kenneth Muhangi, Prof. Alex B. Makulilo, and Grace Bomu. 1
>> September @ 13:00-14:30 EAT.
>> – The Growth of the Data Economy
>> <developingdata.org/data-markets-data-economy/>, with Prof.
>> Bitange Ndemo, Alice Munyua, and others TBC. 1 September @ 15:00-16:30 EAT.
>> – Data + Money <developingdata.org/data-markets-data-money/>,
>> with Rose Muturi, Joel Muhumuza, Firas Ahmed, and Ali Hussein. 2 September
>> @ 13:00-14:30 EAT.
>> – Data + Labour <developingdata.org/data-markets-data-labour/>,
>> with Dr. Uma Rani, Mercy Mugure, and Dr. Mohammad Amir Anwar. 2 September @
>> 17:00-18:30 EAT.
>> – Digital Identification, Surveillance & Privacy
>> <developingdata.org/data-markets-data-privacy/>, with Dr.
>> Anja Kovacs, Dorothy Mukasa, Jacqueline Musiitwa, Nanjala Nyabola, and Dr.
>> Isaac Rutenberg. 3 September @ 13:00-14:30 EAT.
>> – Inclusivity & Equity in Data Economies
>> <developingdata.org/data-markets-data-equity/>, with Nichole
>> Yembra, Agostine Ndungu, Ebrima Fatty, and Dr. Michel Wahome. 3 September @
>> 15:00-16:30 EAT.
>> You can register for the Zoom details here:
>> Further information is available on the web here:
>> We’re on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/DataDeveloping
>> The event has been co-organised by the Centre for Intellectual Property &
>> Information Technology @ Strathmore Law School, CIPESA, and the Centre for
>> African Studies @ University of Edinburgh.
>> Hope to see you there!
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