Kenyan blogger and photographer Msingi Sasis Bekko was yesterday arrested at the Galleria Mall in Karen for taking pictures and taken to Langata Police station where he was booked in… Read More
Over the last year, Kenya has witnessed State harassment, arrests and conviction of Kenyan Internet users. Interaction between the law, the Internet and the State has been unclear and ambiguous.… Read More
The Dean of students at Egerton University has advised students at the institution to use social media responsibly. Speaking during the commemoration of the cultural day at the university’s Nakuru Town… Read More
iFreedoms was launched on Sunday 18th January to coincide with the World Internet Freedom Day marked on 18th January every year, worldwide. iFreedoms is a programme under the Kenya Monitor… Read More
The iHub yesterday (18th Feb) hosted a forum to discuss blogging, its merits, demerits and whether this space should be regulated or not. The forum sought to know and… Read More
The Constitution of Kenya, 2010 provides for the protection of the freedom of expression, freedom of the media, freedom of information, freedom of belief and opinion, the right to a… Read More
The role of Kenyan blogs is now increasing and filling the void of a platform that Kenyans can publish and information on corruption as well as easily access and share such information.
On Saturday afternoon, a blogger by the name Abraham Mutai was arrested in Mombasa and quickly airlifted to Nairobi. There were rumors that the arrest was connected to recent tweets… Read More