Are you saying that the Tourism Fund is tracking users? I honestly doubt
it… 😀 Must be some other explanation on that issue. These fellas can\’t
even get email right… Sisemi kitu zaidi…


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On Tue, Dec 8, 2020 at 12:10 PM Peter Wakaba via kictanet <> wrote:

> Good Morning.
> I am wondering whether it is a requirement for websites to require you to
> allow them access to your location or to enable this at every turn.
> I have been attempting to do returns on the tourism fund e -levy website
> and it rejects anything behind a VPN or any browser that has website
> tracking protection turned on.
> This is without doubt the wonkiest attempt by the government to
> digitize that I have come across. Not only is it annoyingly slow to save
> and update data, sometimes you have to simply start over to do even the
> simplest things like saving.
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