BOSCO Uganda
July 31, 2020

BOSCO Uganda, connecting communities through solar

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This is part of our series of blogs on Community Networks. Battery Operated Systems for Community Outreach (BOSCO) Uganda is a faith-based private, not for profit organization under the Archdiocese
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July 29, 2020

When my plus size photo became a meme

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If I died today, I would probably have a pretty long eulogy with no pictures of my childhood, teenage life, or even my youth to back it up. Does a
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July 22, 2020

Online Violence. Victim Tells it all

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By Jeridah Adayi. My sister called me and went like, you what have you done on Facebook?”  Not suspecting anything unusual, I answered casually with a chuckle, “Now what? I
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July 22, 2020

Kenya’s burden – the effects of digital taxes on smes

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By Mwenda Tevin Gitonga.  If there is an African country that prides itself as being the centre of innovation and technological developments in Africa, it is Kenya. We have come
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July 6, 2020

Online Bullying still on the rise

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By Catherine Amayi, If you think that online bullying is a preserve of the rich and famous and that the average internet user is immune to cyberbullying, you better think
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Online Violence
May 29, 2020

Online violence in times of Covid-19

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By Cecilia Maundu As the world struggles with the issue of Covid-19 most people have been forced to work from home. This has in turn seen a lot of people
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April 29, 2020

Kenya: Much more is required to achieve digital rights.

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by Grace Mutung’u. In 2019, Kenya underwent its third cycle of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). UPR is a UN mechanism through which countries are analysed for their human rights
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April 17, 2020

Software Runs My Car, and the license just expired

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by Mwenda Tevin Gitonga and Mwangi Michael Mbuthia. The vehicle of your dreams has finally arrived and you cannot wait to take it out on the road. It’s second hand
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April 8, 2020

The Resilience of Kenya’s Internet Freedoms During covid-19 Pandemic

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Kenya recorded the first case of Coronavirus infection on 12th March. Since then, the numbers have continued to grow with a total of 103 infections and 3 fatalities as at
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February 4, 2020

Cryptocurrency scams on the rise; Our People Perish for Lack of Knowledge

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By Tevin Mwenda. The fourth industrial revolution has been billed as the key to unlocking Africa’s vast potential and propelling Africa to ‘developed status’. Some of the biggest components of
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Data Protection act
January 28, 2020

Data Privacy Day 2020: 4 Good Things in Kenya’s Data Protection Act, 2019

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By Francis Monyango. Today is the 28th of January. Data Protection Day or Privacy Day. The day when we all commemorate the 1981 signing of the Council of Europe’s Convention
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January 20, 2020

BOSCO Uganda Community Network – Ending Isolation in Northern Uganda

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In November 2019, the APC-LOCNET peer members Chako and Patrick from DRC, South Africa (Gladys) and Malawi (Vigilant representing James) and I arrived in Kampala for the peer exchange travel
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