Thanks to WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden, we live in a world where we are always wondering if our laptops, smartphones, TV, microwave, fridge, and even our cars are spying on us. For the most part, this is the reality in the North Americas and Europe than it is here in Africa.
However, Kenyans and the rest of Africa are starting to find themselves in situations where the problem is not how to get online, but how to do so securely and privately. Admittedly, most parts of Africa are still grabbling with how to get online, and concerns such as online privacy and security are secondary concerns. Unlike other developed nations where internet access has been a thing for some years now.
Earlier today we ran an article on the tag of war between telecom operators in
The CA says the DMS is for curtailing the use of counterfeit and stolen devices on the telecom networks. Safaricom says the CA has not given sufficient assurance that its subscribers’ personal details will not be accessible to unauthorized third party. The case is set for hearing on Sept 20th.
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