COVID-19: A Data Protection Perspective and A Key Decision by The UK Supreme Court

The COVID-19 pandemic raises data protection issues as most organizations begin to grapple with the data protection ramifications with regard to personal data that might relate to the pandemic e.g. travel history, proximity or contact with infected individuals, underlying health conditions or vulnerability, etc. Indeed, one of the proposed ways to check the spread of […]

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Friday 12th July 2019 saw a big win for the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), the largest teachers’ trade union in Kenya, against the employer, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) after the Employment and Labour Relations Court ruled in favour of KNUT in a protracted trade

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By John Mbaluto

By John Mbaluto

By John Mbaluto

By John Mbaluto