By Mugambi Laibuta
Olé Law Jul 27, 2020
Image Rights in Kenya
Nomalanga Mashinini and Mugambi Laibuta discuss the Image Rights legal framework in Kenya. They scrutinize the legitimate expectation of privacy and the lack of the latter requirement in image rights protection requirements. Check out byNMashnini podcast on this link - byNMashinini - YouTube
Data Protection Regulations In Kenya
Strathmore's CIPIT Acting Director, Dr. Melissa Omino and Mugambi Laibuta discuss the recently published data regulations under the Data Protection Act 2019 of Kenya
The Data Protection Act and Compliance Challenges
On this episode I discuss compliance challenges in relation to the Data Protection Act and how to overcome them.
Open Data and Personal Data Protection
On this episode I had a chat with Al Kags who the founder of the Open Institute, an African organisation that works with governments and civil society organisations to promote open government and citizen engagement. We discussed the place of open data in development and the interface between open data and personal data protection. Al highlights some of the strategies that Open Institute has adopted to comply with personal data protection principles. He also has tips on how individuals may protect their personal data and offers reflections on the future of open data and personal data regulation in Kenya.
Draft Data Protection Regulations 2021
On this episode I discuss three draft Regulations under the Data Protection Act, 2019 that have been published for public participation. These three drafts are the Data Protection (General) Regulations, 2021; the Data Protection (Registration of Data Controllers and Data Processors) Regulations, 2021; and the Data Protection (Compliance and Enforcement) Regulations.
The draft Regulations are available for download at this link - https://www.odpc.go.ke/#
Digitalization and its Effect on Arbitration and Mediation
On this episode I host Dr. Kibaya Laibuta who discusses the effects digitalization has had on Arbitration and Mediation.
The US - Kenya FTA: Data Protection
Your Rights Under the Data Protection Act
This episode highlights an individual's right to data protection under the Data Protection Act.
The Law in the Digital Space 2020 - 2021
This episode highlights five key issues that shaped the law in the digital space in 2020 and what we should expect in 2021.
Protection of Children Online - Part 2
What does the law say about children who are content creators/influencers online? Who bears the greatest responsibility on how children use the internet? What are some of the safety nets for children in relation to their use of the internet? In this episode, Juliet Nyambura Gachanja, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a Child Rights and a Counter-Trafficking in Persons expert answers these questions for us.
How Important is the Data Protection Commissioner?
The Data Protection Commissioner will be appointed soon. This episode discusses what the role of the Data Commissioner is under the Data Protection Act, 2019 and what the appointment means for our right to privacy.
We are all Potential Victims of Cybercrimes
October is cyber security awareness month. On this Episode I discuss the most common forms of cyber-crimes and what steps we may take to protect ourselves.
Status of the Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act
Mercy Mutemi of MS Law, a Lawyer, Digital Rights and Internet Law Specialist discusses litigation challenging the constitutionality of the Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act and what to do when one is arrested for alleged computer misuse or cybercrimes.
Dealing with Hate Speech
The episode covers what hate speech means within the Kenyan legal system, the effects of hate speech and what options are available to deal with it.
Digital Journalism in Kenya
Oliver Mathenge (Digital Editor at Radio Africa Group) graces this episode where we discuss how the internet and social media have shaped journalism in Kenya.
10 Years of the Kenya Constitution: Interrogating Public Finance Management
On this episode, my guest Johnson Nderi, a Financial and Economic Analyst unpacks public finance management in the last ten years of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010.
Cyber-Security in Online Banking
On this Episode, I have a chat with Okalle Makanda, a lawyer with years of experience in the banking sector on the challenges facing banks and their customers in relation to cyber-security in online banking.
10 Years of the Kenya Constitution: Was the 'NO' Campaign Right?
In this episode I look at 10 years of the Constitution of Kenya 2010
The Constitution, Social Media and the Internet
This episode highlights how the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 has had an impact on how we use the internet and social media.