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Opening of new TV stations that use local languages has given some very talented people a platform where they can perform and shine in a language they are most comfortable in, as opposed to when they had to package their content in a second or third language and try fit into the existing programs.
We are likely to see more meetings and conferences being done online, eLearning becoming more popular, and businesses like Zoom are already having their best performance ever.
Demand for information usually informs how it is supplied, especially from governments. While there are many documents and policy papers that various government offices are supposed to supply periodically, most of them are usually not posted online.
A lot still needs to be done to get more people online in Kenya. The rural areas are the ones that have a very limited connection, hence a need to focus on them.
The 26 sections of Kenya's Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act 2018 that were contested by the Bloggers Association of Kenya were declared constitutional by the country's High Court, likely dealing a big blow to freedom of expression in the East African country.