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On Thu, 1 Dec 2022, 16:44 Walubengo J via KICTANet, <
kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:

> @ Alex,
>
> I am still stuck on this statement:
>
> >>>i am still not convinced a citizen can demand privacy from the
> government since the basics of government >>>is that citizens ceded private
> rights in return for the public good (Hobbes theory of government)
>
> I don’t know who ‘Hobbes’ is or was but please avoid him or her ๐Ÿ˜‰
>
> Your right to privacy is baked into your 2010 Constitution and even the
> government should not take it away. Emphasis is of course on ‘should not’ –
> the fact that most governments regularly do and violate citizen privacy
> should never, ever be normalized.
>
> walu
> —
> On Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 11:31:57 AM GMT+3, Alex Watila via
> KICTANet <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
>
>
> in terms of data privacy the government has legitimate right to access
> your information since you require them to provide you with services
>
> i am still not convinced a citizen can demand privacy from the government
> since the basics of government is that citizens ceded private rights in
> return for public good (Hobbes theory of government)
>
> in terms of mpesa pin i doubt it leaves mpesa. GoK is just using an
> existing platform (shared services concept we have been pushing) to deliver
> a public good
>
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2022, 10:20 tevin mwenda via KICTANet <
> kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
>
> Dear listers,
>
> The Kenyan Government launched the much hyped hustler fund a digital
> lending platform. Credit will be accessible through various lending
> platforms such as M-PESA. Out of curiosity I can not help but wonder what
> are the data protection implications of the system. For example what data
> will be used as baseline to determine your credit worthiness. Is it data
> held by government, credit reference bureaus, the lending companies or we
> are starting from scratch ? Who will be the main data controller of the
> data collected is it government is it the companies. If itโ€™s the government
> how much data will they have on Kenya and their credit worthiness and what
> are the implications of that. Who will store this data? Are their any data
> sharing agreements in place between the entities involved. What data
> subject rights have been provided and does the consumer understand them? It
> will be intresting to see how this develops and the discussion from a data
> protection perspective.
>
>
> nation.africa/kenya/news/game-changer-president-unveils-hustler-fund-today-4037806
>
> —
> Kind Regards
>
> Tevin Mwenda Gitonga
>