The Kenya Information and Communication (Amendment) Bill, 2019 – No. 61 of 2019 (Malulu Injendi Bill)

Dear All,

I think this clearance for Group Admins is very essential.

We approve too much unjustifiable info to the society.


Salim Ali

On Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 4:43 PM Twahir Hussein Kassim via kictanet <> wrote:
> Listers,
> Reference an article on Standard today (24th September 2019) titled
“Facebook, WhatsApp groups admins to seek CA clearance” attached is the
said bill.
> Whilst agreeably we need to regulate the social media inline with
Internet Governance; the essence of this bill is both BACKWARD and
OPPRESSIVE for lack of stronger terms to use.
> Having said that, it is imperative that we go through this with a tooth
comb and point it’s flaws and suggest better ways – a better way is
definitely there. On this note, I think it is high time that we started
looking at issue and put up measures before we get hit by such bills and
start fire fighting.
> Let’s roll up our sleeves.
> Twahir Hussein Kassim
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