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Telecommunication draft law Jordan

New Draft Law Threatens Jordanian Internet Freedom Jordan is taking new steps toward limiting Internet freedom, according to the blogger Tarakiyee. Tarakiyee expressed his frustration with a new telecommunication draft law, citing the anticipated effect of one article in particular: According to the law draft, article 6 (b) gives the government sweeping powers to dictate guidelines that censor entire categories of websites if they wish. […]

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Fundraising for Human Rights: A New Tactics Dialogue

This month’s online dialogue at New Tactics in Human Rights is about fundraising for human rights. Here’s the lead-in: Protecting and promoting human rights is valuable and important work. In order to do this work, organizations need financial resources. Although there are many funders that recognize the value in financially supporting human rights efforts, many […]

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