PRIVACY CONCERNS

GAKII: Why Parliament must not pass Duale's anti-pornography bill

It will fundamentally stifle free speech; which is essential to a democracy such as Kenya’s

In Summary

• The bill is a frontal attack on freedom of expression and the National Assembly must not allow it to see the light of day.

• The MPs have the responsibility to protect the fundamental freedoms guaranteed under the Constitution in their delegated power.

Early this year, Garissa Township MP Aden Duale promised to table a bill to criminalize pornography.

True to his word, the Computer Misuse and Cybercrime (Amendment) Bill, 2021 was gazetted on ...

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