Mobile Users in Kenya Each to Get IP Address
Cellphone operators in the country have until the end of this month to assign unique numbers to all phones, according to the Communication Commission of Kenya.
Mobile users to be assigned IP addresses.
The Star, 5 December 2012
Financial institutions and mobile money providers are set to come under closer scrutiny to make sure they audit their technology systems. read more »
Capital FM, 4 December 2012
Mobile devices will soon be assigned unique public IP (Internet Protocol) addresses as part of the government's efforts to crack down on cyber crime. read more »
CIO East Africa, 20 November 2012
Everyone using the internet and other digital services will soon have an identity, the government said today, as it moves to stem the rising tide of cyber crime. read more »
East African Business Week, 29 October 2012
The Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) has announced stringent rules to govern sending of bulk SMS as Kenyans ahead to the polls in about five months. read more »
The Star, 25 October 2012
INDIVIDUAL mobile phone users sending politically divisive or inciting messages will now face imprisonment of up to three years as the country goes to national elections next year. read more »