Your translation is on point Adam 🙂
Very good arguments coming from the Honorable Members of the Senate.
Senator Mwaura has shown a good grasp of the intersection of geopolitics
Mwendwa Kivuva, Nairobi, Kenya
On Fri, 18 Sep 2020 at 10:07, Adam Lane via kictanet <
> Good to read this… In other words scrutinize all apps irrelevant of
> country of origin. Focus on technical security/privacy issues. Ideally in
> line with the national regulations and not just randomly.
> …the Senate has asked the Standing Committee on Information and
> Technology to look into strategies that will protect Kenyans from the
> security â€œloopholesâ€ of Tik Tok. â€œThe same issue also includes other
> applications such as Facebook, Twitter and othersâ€¦ But letâ€™s not let this
> be another way of seeing a trade war like that witnessed between iPhone and
> Huawei in the United States,â€ said Senator Mwaura.
> *From:*David Indeje via kictanet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> *Date:*2020-09-18 09:25:39
> *Subject:*[kictanet] Senators seek to have Tik Tok, other social media
> sites regulated in Kenya
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> *David Indeje *
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