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Day: March 4, 2019

China to legislate on personal information protection, AI: spokesperson

Source: Xinhua BEIJING, China plans to make a personal information protection law, in a bid to fight against improper collection, abuse and leak of citizen’s personal information, a spokesperson for the annual session of the country’s top legislature said Monday. Zhang Yesui, spokesperson for the second session of the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC), said…

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How hackers steal your money from hapless banks

A young man walks into a bank, opens an account, obtains a Automated Teller Machine (ATM) card for only Sh500. Minutes later, he sells all those banking credentials for a few thousands to a fraudster. In another bank, a hacker has identified people in the IT department of a financial institution, used them to install…

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Ruto’s pilot Magonga and 4 Americans die in Turkana crash

Deputy President William Ruto’s pilot, Captain Mario Magonga, has died in a chopper crash in Turkana County. Police on Monday said Captain Magonga died with all the four Americans he was flying after their helicopter came down at Lobolo in Central Island National Park at 8pm. The chopper belongs to Deputy President William Ruto. Earlier…

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Canada and US:A Blast of Snow and Bitter Cold Across the US

  A punishing winter that has already produced record snowfalls and crippling temperatures in many areas sent another wave of severe weather blasting across Canada and US over the weekend Fresh snow buried cars and snarled travel from Denver to St. Louis in the US and behind the snow came a mass of air so…

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MP asks Ruto to record statement with DCI on dams scandal

Tiaty Member of Parliament William Kamket wants Deputy President William Ruto to refrain from publicly speaking about the Arror and Kimwarer dams scandal and instead record a statement with the police on the matter. Speaking on Sunday at Akwichatis area in Tiaty Sub-County, Kamket said public statements being made about the dams project could be…

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