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November 4, 2022

Privacy Scorecard Report: An Accountability Tool in a Digitised East Africa.

NAIROBI 4th November 2022; Today on the grand finale of the Privacy Symposium Africa happening at […]
November 2, 2022

Privacy Symposium Africa: The Continent’s Fastest-Growing Privacy and Data Protection Platform

Bringing together different actors including data protection and privacy regulators will help to shape the best policies in Africa.
October 23, 2022

The Inaugural Unwanted Witness Privacy Moot: A week later and going forward, all Participating Law schools won!

Last week, we successfully held our two-day inaugural Privacy Moot Court inter-university competition that happened at […]
October 13, 2022

Press Release: The inaugural Unwanted Witness Privacy Moot Court Competition

The Moot Competition is part of our long advocacy for safe digital spaces that thrive on a robust legal framework and compliance.
September 7, 2022

Privacy Scorecard Report: An accountability tool in a Digitised world

As a tool for data accountability and transparency, this year's privacy scorecard report is more exciting, it covers a wider scope of actors in Uganda and Kenya
August 23, 2022

Uganda’s Proposed Computer Misuse (Amendment) Bill, 2022: Freedom of Expression and Participatory at Gunpoint!

The clauses in the proposed amendment bill concern fundamental rights like freedom of expression.
July 18, 2022

Press Release: Alleged Data Breach/Leak at Uganda Securities Exchange

We notified the Personal Data Protection Office in Uganda about the alleged data breach against the Uganda Securities Exchange
July 6, 2022

The Privacy Symposium Africa, the continent’s Mkutano

Privacy Symposium Africa continuously brings together stakeholders to share their visions and shape data protection and privacy agendas, narrative, and good practices on the African continent.
June 25, 2022

Unwanted Witness welcomes a new report published, by the United Nations Special Rapporteur, reaffirming inequalities and injustices caused by mandatory identification systems.

Unwanted Witness welcomes a new report published, by the United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, reaffirming inequalities and injustices caused by mandatory identification systems.
May 24, 2022
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The 16 percent VAT imposed on Over the Top players in Kenya, is harmful to the growing digital economy

Photo by Ed Hardie from Unsplash By Lutaaya Godfrey & Chris Kalema Information Communication Technology is […]