Data Protectors Podcast – Episode 1

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Dear Listers,

The first episode of the #DataProtectorsPodcast touches on data protection
principles and how small businesses and organisations can integrate them
into their operations.

In this episode, Our speakers Liesa Borghaert and Mercy Mutindi delve into
the seven data protection principles:

(1) lawfulness, fairness, and transparency;
(2) purpose limitation; (3) storage limitation;
(4) data minimalisation;
(5) accuracy;
(6) integrity and confidentiality; and
(7) accountability.

Most importantly, they provide practical advice on how to incorporate these
principles into organisations’ day-to-day operations.

Produced by the Kenyan think tank KICTANET and the Digital Transformation
Center (DTC) Kenya, in collaboration with the Nairobi Legal Hackers
network, the Data Protectors Podcast brings together Kenyan and European
experts to explore different aspects of data protection compliance, share
lessons learned, and identify opportunities created with the enactment of
the DPA and the GDPR.

3 thoughts on “Data Protectors Podcast – Episode 1

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    The second episode
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    the Data Protectors Podcast touches on registration as a data controller or
    processor. It explains who is required to register, why it is important,
    and how exactly one can register with the Office of the Data Protection

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    Episode 3
    on the first two themes to further explore the costs of complying with the
    Data Protection Act. We hope you will be enthusiastic for the 4th episode
    which will be coming soon.
    <> Thes podcasts
    are being produced by KICTANET and GIZ/DTC Kenya, in collaboration with
    Nairobi Legal Hackers, as part of the AU-EU D4D Hub project.

  2. David Indeje wrote:

    Thank you David for the Data Protection Podcasts.

    For the coming episodes, I suggest you consider enabling live captions or scripts for the Deaf and the hard of hearing.

    You can also share the podcasts on platforms like YouTube that have captions to ensure inclusivity and ease of access.

    Nicodemus Nyakundi
    ICT Accessibility and Equality for PWDs

  3. Dear Nyakundi,

    Thank you for the feedback, definitely, we shall endeavour to
    incorporate all the proposed recommendations in our subsequent podcasts.
    Currently, they are also available on YouTube here

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