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?

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“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