Privacy on the Internet is a two-way street.  In an interesting move, Kenya is requiring registration (and revealing your identity) for wi-fi use.  Those who have traveled internationally already know that many governments hold your passport while you are visiting.  Now your digital identity is being held as well – at least as long as you connect via WiFi.  What about the cellphone carriers?  Are they regulated similarly as well?


“New Internet regs will require cafés, hotels to log device owner data.”

Source: Kenya to require users of Wi-Fi to register with government

Thanks to Ars Technica