Listers below is the link to download the \”State of Content Policy\’ brief
*David Indeje *
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On Tue, 30 Jun 2020 at 09:45, David Indeje <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Read KICTAnet\’s latest policy brief \”State of Content Policy\’ which aims
> to address the state of content policy in Kenya, policy issues, and their
> intersection with economic, political, and human rights.
> Authors of the policy brief begin by stating that:
> \”Where the Kenyan Constitution guarantees freedom of expression and of
> media, it allows us to assume that content – its creation, production, and
> dissemination – is fundamentally a human right?
> Besides gains made over time, \”Our society has experienced great change
> but little transformation.\”
> \”The content policy has leaned towards regulation.\” Here is a link to the
> brief bit.ly/3ieugoe
> We welcome your feedback.
> You can also read more of KICTAnet\’s informative discourses here
> *Kind Regards,*
> *David Indeje *
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