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Why you won't be fined or jailed for telling rumours

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Section 66 (1), which frowns upon rumours and false publications, was first introduced in 2014, when Parliament passed the Security Laws (2014).

Why you won't be fined or jailed for telling rumours

By Kamau Muthoni | 5 days ago

Senate wants changes to security laws

Senate wants changes to security laws

The Government is once again giving a shot at having the controversial clauses left out in the Security Laws Amendment Act by the National Assembly reintroduced in the Senate.

Roselyne Obala | 5 years ago

Terror victims to appeal High Court decision on security laws

A lobby group comprising victims of terrorism says it will move to the Court of Appeal this week to challenge the High Court ruling on Security Laws (Amendments) Act, 2014.

John Muthoni | 6 years ago

Judges declare eight sections of new security law illegal

The Constitution’s Bill of Rights held sway yesterday as the High Court declared several sections of the Security Laws (Amendment) Act, 2014 illegal, including those criminalising freedom of the media.

KAMAU MUTHONI and WAHOME THUKU | 6 years ago

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