Kenya’s high court ruled the country’s new digital ID scheme could continue with some conditions and stronger regulations, Reuters reports. Under the system, people will receive an ID number and card to access public services. The court banned the collection of DNA and geolocation data as had been suggested in earlier proposals. “The government may continue with its exercise to implement biometric and use of data on the condition that it will enact relevant data protection laws,” the court’s ruling said.
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