Jurisdictional challenges in holding social media companies liable for content moderation in Kenya: An analysis.

Justice Jacob Gakeri ruled that social media giant Meta can be sued locally, opening a new front for multinationals registered outside the country to face suits in Kenyan courts. The firm wanted to be removed from the case arguing that Kenyan courts do not have jurisdiction to determine the case. The social media firm argued […]

Agriculture, Issue No. 83 | Dec 2022
December 30, 2022
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Kenya’s GMOs controversy: some thoughts on the law

A cabinet meeting chaired by late Kenya’s President, Mwai Kibaki, on 8th November 2012, directed the then public health minister to ban Genetically Modified Organism imports until the country was able to certify that they have no negative impact on people’s health. In a statement to the press, the cabinet said there was a “lack […]

Technology Law, Uncategorized
December 16, 2012
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