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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
This is the national position of Kenya on international law applicable to cyberspace. The position<ref>[https://front.un-arm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/A-76-136-EN.pdf Official compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States, UNODA, A/76/136, August 2021.]</ref> has been submitted by Kenya and included within the official UNGGE compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States.<ref>[https://front.un-arm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/A-76-136-EN.pdf Official compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States, UNODA, A/76/136, August 2021.]</ref> The compendium has been publicly released in August 2021.<ref>[https://www.un.org/disarmament/group-of-governmental-experts/ UNODA, Group of Governmental Experts on Advancing responsible State behaviour in cyberspace in the context of international security]</ref>
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This is the national position of Kenya on international law applicable to cyberspace. The position <ref>[https://front.un-arm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/A-76-136-EN.pdf Official compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States, UNODA, A/76/136, August 2021.]</ref> has been submitted by Kenya and included within the official UNGGE compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States.<ref>[https://front.un-arm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/A-76-136-EN.pdf Official compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States, UNODA, A/76/136, August 2021.]</ref>. The compendium has been publicly released in August 2021.<ref>[https://www.un.org/disarmament/group-of-governmental-experts/ UNODA, Group of Governmental Experts on Advancing responsible State behaviour in cyberspace in the context of international security]</ref>
   
 
==[[Applicability of international law]]==
 
==[[Applicability of international law]]==

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