Posted on: 29th March 2018
The Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) has invited Kenyans to make contributions to the Computer and Cyber Crimes Bill 2016 . This is in line with the requirement of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 for Bills to be subjected to public participation, before Parliamentary debate.
The Computer and CyberCrimes Bill 2016 was mooted out of great public interest. There was need to tame abuse of web based systems and reduce or eliminate cyber crime arising from increased use of new technology.
The Bill borrows heavily from international standards and global scholars. It has the input of experts from Europe, Inter-Agency Committee for Formulation on Cyber-crime, the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime and the Council of Europe Experts.
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