Kenya’s problem with Cashless Transport

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When Uber landed in Nairobi – one of the World’s most
dynamic cities, – they realized their card payment system was not popular. This
led to Nairobi becoming the second city in the world where Uber introduced cash
payment option, after Hyderabad. The single move tripled Uber’s growth in
Nairobi in just two months.

From Fake News to DeepFakes

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Stories created to deliberately misinform or deceive readers
are common. The traditional name for such stories was ‘lies’. However, in a
post truth world, the correct name for them is now fake news. Fake news has
been around for ages, but I bet it is one Donald Trump who popularized the
phrase,

Is Kenya’s Cyber Resilience Wanting?

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On the first of June 2019, eighteen Kenyan
government websites were hacked and defaced by a group of Indonesian cyber
attackers. It took over 24 hours for the ICT Authority to restore them
back, with people questioning the government’s capacity to deal with cyber-attack
and protect Kenyans’ data.