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Cybercrime laws blow to freedom of expression

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Two weeks ago, the High Court declared the Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act of 2018 constitutional.

Cybercrime laws blow to freedom of expression

By Demas Kiprono | 1 year ago

Bloggers thrive despite State attempts to curtail freedom

Bloggers thrive despite State attempts to curtail freedom

Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) said that the average monthly income of bloggers in Kenya was Sh30,000.

Peter Theuri | 4 months ago

Cybercrime laws blow to freedom of expression

Two weeks ago, the High Court declared the Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act of 2018 constitutional.

Demas Kiprono | 1 year ago

Court upholds cybercrime law

Harassing and stalking someone on social media, hacking into protected systems and sharing fake news can now earn you a 10-year prison sentence.

Frankline Sunday | 1 year ago

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