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    Internet Users at Kenyan Cybercafes Required to Produce IDi
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    Lenny Ruvaga
    January 15, 2016 8:43 PM
    Kenya's Communications Authority has issued a rule requiring all Internet users at cybercafes to produce identification cards or birth certificates.The authority says the move is designed to curb hacking and terrorism, but critics say it infringes upon constitutionally guaranteed freedoms. VOA's Lenny Ruvaga reports.

    Internet Users at Kenyan Cybercafes Required to Produce ID

    Published January 15, 2016

    Kenya's Communications Authority has issued a rule requiring all Internet users at cybercafes to produce identification cards or birth certificates.The authority says the move is designed to curb hacking and terrorism, but critics say it infringes upon constitutionally guaranteed freedoms. VOA's Lenny Ruvaga reports.


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