This month, Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) launched its report “the State of the Internet in Kenya 2016”. The report was launched under its “iFreedoms Kenya” project, which promotes human rights and media rights online in Kenya. This is the second annual report, following last year’s report blogged about here, that maps out the Internet landscape in Kenya. This year, it once again documents significant events that have taken place. A copy of the report is available here.