Crime

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Kenya's fight against the narcotics trade raises privacy concerns

Kenya's National Intelligence Services has proposed changes to the Narcotics, Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (Control) Bill that will require landlords to keep a tenants registry. It is said this is to fight illegal drug trading in Kenya but the changes raise several privacy concerns.

Government processes in Kenya have inefficiencies that aid corruption

Why are government processes in Kenya so complicated and why are they equally poor even when they are digitized?

Failure to disclose messages to Kenya's government could lead to a fine

In many countries, there are limited legal options for a government that wants to access private information stored on devices such as mobile phones. This could change in Kenya.

The 12th edition of the Cyber Law in Africa conference announced

The aim of the conference is also to engage with the solutions available to various professionals in ensuring that the cyber-related activities and existence of their organizations fall within the ambit of protection of laws and legal instruments.

Cybersecurity's role in the digital transformation journey

This episode of Tech Legal Matters features a discussion on the role of cybersecurity as it becomes more crucial as businesses embark upon their digital transformation journey.

Insights into how social media could help Lagos police officers fight crime

The internet is an important tool for fighting crime in Lagos. The Nigeria Police Force needs to create and implement measures for police-citizen engagement via social media.

For police brutality to end, the Nigerian Police Force needs to be scrapped

The Nigerian Police Force has been ranked as the most corrupt public institution in Nigeria. This means that if the government wanted to fight corruption, the first place to start should be the office of the Inspector-General of Police.