Moses is a political scientist working on policy processes around information communication technologies. He is currently a research fellow at the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT) based at the Strathmore Law School in Nairobi, Kenya.
He is also the curator of ictpolicy.org a repository aggregating ICT laws and policies in Africa and the co-founder of Jadili, a public platform powering remote participation in shaping proposed laws through aggregation of annotations and commentary by relevant public(s).
Further, Moses specialises in information controls and counter-controls, privacy, human rights in the digital ecosystem, cybersecurity, Eastern Africa, multidisciplinary research and their attendant policies. I also happen to know of good coffee from a distance, if that counts.