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Mar 10
Parveen Umrani commented on Mwende Njiraini's blog post Al-Shabaab internet blackout disrupts lives, provokes outrage in southern Somalia
"This goes to show that censorship and control are not the sole domain of technologically advanced governments.  Perhaps the same goals can be achieved through brute force?  Let's hope this event can be used to argue for the need to…"
Feb 14
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Al-Shabaab internet blackout disrupts lives, provokes outrage in southern Somalia

For the thousands of residents in Hiran, Middle and Lower Jubba regions who have been unable to access the internet on their mobile phones for the past two weeks, al-Shabaab's internet blackout represents a new burden in life, one that makes communicating with loved ones around the world a nearly impossible endeavour....…See More
Feb 14
Mwende Njiraini posted a blog post

DotShabaka top-level internet domain goes live

An Arabic net address ending has become the first to go live as part of the rollout of more than 1,000 new generic top-level domain (gTLD) name suffixes.The first websites ending in شبكة. - pronounced dot shabaka, and meaning web - went online a day ahead of schedule.Read moreSee More
Feb 5
Mwende Njiraini posted a blog post

Argentina restricts online shopping as foreign reserves drop

Argentina has introduced new restrictions on online shopping as part of efforts to stop foreign currency reserves from falling any further.Anyone buying items through international websites will now need to sign a declaration and produce it at a customs office, where the packages have to be collected.The procedure will need to be repeated for every new purchase.Argentina's reserves of hard currencies dropped by…See More
Jan 22
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EU calls for much bigger fines for data breaches

The EU's Justice commissioner has called for bigger fines for companies that breach European data privacy laws.Viviane Reding dismissed recent fines for Google as "pocket money" and said the firm would have had to pay $1bn under her plans for privacy failings.Ms Reding said such punishments were necessary to ensure firms took the use of personal data seriously.And she questioned how Google was able to take so long to getting round to…See More
Jan 22
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Did you take the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme - IGCBP from DiploFoundation? If so, in which year? Who was tutoring you?
2005, Ljupco, Andrei and Valentin
Where did you ¨discover¨ this Community portal?
email from Seiiti
What are you currently doing today and projects you have related to Internet governance?
I work with the Communications Commission of Kenya and continue to be engaged with DiploFoundation in various activities. I have been involved in facilitating online discussions for the Kenya Internet Governance Forum.
In which ways the capacity building provided by Diplo has helped you and your community in Internet governance issues? (Question only for IGCBP Alumni)
I am sharing the knowledge gained in online discussions as well as in my work.
Please list the names of organizations you are a member of, including hyperlinks for more information when possible.
Communications Commission of Kenya www.cck.go.ke
Your Twitter name:
njiraini

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Al-Shabaab internet blackout disrupts lives, provokes outrage in southern Somalia

For the thousands of residents in Hiran, Middle and Lower Jubba regions who have been unable to access the internet on their mobile phones for the past two weeks, al-Shabaab's internet blackout represents a new burden in life, one that makes communicating with loved ones around the world a nearly impossible endeavour....…

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Posted on February 14, 2014 at 2:29pm — 1 Comment

DotShabaka top-level internet domain goes live

An Arabic net address ending has become the first to go live as part of the rollout of more than 1,000 new generic top-level domain (gTLD) name suffixes.

The first websites ending in شبكة. - pronounced dot shabaka, and meaning web - went online a day ahead of schedule.

Read more

Posted on February 5, 2014 at 7:51am

Argentina restricts online shopping as foreign reserves drop

Argentina has introduced new restrictions on online shopping as part of efforts to stop foreign currency reserves from falling any further.

Anyone buying items through international websites will now need to sign a declaration and produce it at a customs office, where the packages have to be collected.

The procedure will need to be repeated for every…

Continue

Posted on January 22, 2014 at 3:01pm

Net neutrality threatened by US federal court

A US federal appeals court has rejected rules intended to prevent internet service providers (ISPs) from prioritising certain types of content.

Net neutrality is the principle that ISPs should not block web traffic for customers who pay less to give faster speeds to those who pay more

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The US Federal Communication Commission (FCC) adopted the rules in 2010.

They were challenged by ISP Verizon, which…

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Posted on January 15, 2014 at 2:36pm

Federal Communication Commission’s Open Internet rules

The Federal Communication Commission has issued  three basic rules on open internet which include:

1. Transparency: Broadband providers must disclose information regarding their network management practices, performance, and the commercial terms of their broadband services;

2. No Blocking: Fixed broadband providers (such as DSL, cable modem or fixed wireless providers) may…

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Posted on January 15, 2014 at 8:39am

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At 6:06pm on October 13, 2011, Ahmed Abibeker SH Omer said…
Dear Mwende please help me in order to jion other courses this year please help me your comment and correction is very important
At 7:43am on October 10, 2011, Aileen Mallya said…
It was my pleasure... hope we'll be able to have when am next in Nairobi.
At 8:46pm on September 17, 2011, Maureen Hilyard said…
Hey there.. I am so sorry I am not going to be in Kenya but we have set up a remote hub here on Rarotonga to keep in touch with the IGF and its happenings (although the programme starts at 8pm for us in the Cook Islands). Sala has organised an online Pacific IGF for this week as a lead in to the real IGF (and so we can practice staying awake!) I will keep tabs on issues through the Diplo blogs, etc. Enjoy!
At 1:25am on October 2, 2010, Ana Rankovic said…
Hey Mwende, it was pleasure meeting you in Vilnius. Thanks for your support in difficult moments. My finger is getting better. Friends here joking Safer Remote! Keep in touch and look forward to our new meetings. Hugs, Ana
At 2:36pm on May 24, 2010, Grace Mwakio said…
Hi Mwende,
Thanks so much for the invitation. It is indeed my pleasure to join the EAIGF community. Looking forward to participating in the forthcoming EAIGF conference in Kampala, Uganda.
At 7:03am on September 8, 2009, Henry Owera said…
It is so wonderful meeting you at the East African Internet Governance Forum 2009. We the Diplo folks.
At 5:06am on September 8, 2009, Prince Amadichukw said…
hi mwende,

its quite a break, you were a first tutor point in IGCBP, so you are fondly remembered now and always, I pray that the lord strengthen you in all you are involved...just to let you know that I'm at the research phase now which is interest and more self reflective, I guess you join us in one of our session as it will be one that is in amillion.....hope to hear from you!!!!!
At 10:26pm on July 22, 2009, Richard Jonathan said…
Thanks Mwende.
Hope to do so. Critically busy with Seacom related prep work at work. Will try and get into some more IG stuff very soon.

Nice to hear from you. Do keep well.
At 8:43pm on July 15, 2009, Richard Jonathan said…
Hi Mwede

A friendly Hello to you.

Hope that you are doing well.

Richard
At 4:32pm on December 20, 2008, Rasha said…
Hii Mwende.. how are you dear? lovely to see your nice smile on a clip that i had in the gala and just loved to say hi to you

happy season to you :)
 
 
 

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