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Kenyan parliament set to pass law regulating ICT practitioners

Monday 21 May 2018 | 10:17 CET | News
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Kenya is likely to pass the ICT Practitioners Bill 2016, first introduced to parliament in December 2017, reports ITWeb. Katherine Getao, ICT Secretary at the ICT Ministry, said that the bill will probably become law, and she blamed the ICT industry for not uniting to self-regulate. The bill will affect web and mobile developers, online bloggers, system administrators and web hosting companies, among many other ICT professionals – including those within established companies, who would be required to register. 

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