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Report reveals how Kenya police spy on your phone; includes Safaricom's comments

Author: Stella Cherono, Daily Nation (Kenya), Published on: 16 March 2017

"Report reveals how Kenya police spy on your phone"

Kenyan security agencies intimidate mobile service providers to spy on civilians communication, a UK-based firm, Privacy International (PI) has said. In a report released on Wednesday, PI says the security forces violate citizen's privacy in the name of fighting terrorism...It claims that at one of the mobile service providers, around 10 DCI officers sit on one floor of the central bloc and that these officers provide information to all police branches...

Safaricom Chief Executive Bob Collymore...said that the firm only provides information as required by courts and upon receipt of relevant court orders.“We believe that customers have fundamental right to privacy… ensuring that right is respected is one of our highest priorities,”...

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