[kictanet] PUBLIC PARTIICIPATION REQUEST _ KeNIC WHOIS policy & Data and Information sharing policy
ali at hussein.me.ke
Fri Sep 3 13:08:54 EAT 2021
Dear Team Kenic
It's great that you are seeking public participation. Here's some
unsolicited and well-intentioned advice:-
Too often public participation in this country is a *tick the box*
exercise. Can we structure the response better? Beyond an email address?
Here's KICTANet's report on public participation
Some good pointers there on what to do and not to do.
As a minimum provide us with a framework and roadmap of how the Public
Participation Process will flow, who will manage it, and feedback will be
provided. Short of this it becomes an academic exercise without
transparency and hence lacking in accountability.
Public participation in the ICT policy process must be open, accessible,
diverse, collaborative, evidence-based, and transparent. Also, there is a
need to have a holistic, multi-disciplinary, multi-stakeholder mechanism
for public participation.
Tel: +254 713 601113
Any information of a personal nature expressed in this email are purely
mine and do not necessarily reflect the official positions of the
organizations that I work with.
On Thu, Sep 2, 2021 at 3:27 PM KeNIC Admin Emails via KICTANet <
kictanet at lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
> Dear Listers,
> We trust you are doing well.
> This is a public participation request on the updated *KeNIC WHOIS policy*
> and *Information sharing policy* which is due for adoption.
> Being a critical data custodian and processor, we would like to ensure
> that the data we have is correct, safe and secure.
> Your input is highly appreciated. Find the documents here
> Thank you.
> Warm Regards.
> KeNIC Admin
> +254 (020) 445 0058/9 +254 (715) 275 483
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