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Universal Service Fund
The Universal Service Fund, created by The Kenya Information Communications Amendment Act 2009 (KICA 2009) and the Kenya Information and Communications Regulations 2010 (KICR US&A 2010), was to create a fund that would compliment the commercial roll-out of communications infrastructure. The objectives of the Universal Service Fund as provided in the Kenya Information and Communications […]
BarCamp Nairobi 2013 is Here!
The last one of these I attended was the very first one in 2010 and it was a lot of fun I hope you’ll be there… BarCamp is an international network of user-generated unconferences primarily focused around technology and the Web. By definition, an unconference is a participant-driven meeting that tries to avoid one or […]
2 reasons we should stop calling it ‘the Jubilee’ Government
Today I’d like to put to you something that you may have noticed, or not. Whenever you watch news these days and the government is mentioned it is referred to as “the Jubilee Government” which is very accurate as they control both the executive, the legislature (both houses) and, depending on whom you ask, the […]
Special Internet IDs?
Last week I read a headline in my Google Reader that had me more than a little worried: Special IDs planned for net user to curb attacks. It immediately had me worried about the potential privacy issues this could bring up. Who would handle these IDs? How would then be issued? What data would be […]