Samer Farhat • 13 Feb 2024

It takes one click

For a renowned journalist, an invitation to speak at a French institution should not be a source of alarm. And…

Ali Awada • 09 Feb 2024

Lebanese MPs launch racist reporting application 

Around one month ago, an infamous crime in Beirut led to the killing of a municipal guard. Its consequences, however,…

Rawan Rbihat • 09 Feb 2024

Jordan: Will the new law protect people’s data?

After years of being stowed away in government departments, Jordan’s “Personal Data Protection Law” (PDPL) is set to take effect…

Safaa Ayyad • 30 Jan 2024

Lebanon: Mass Data Breaches, Government Unable to Protect Citizens’ Privacy

Within one week, several cases of personal data breaches affecting Lebanese citizens have been reported, the most flagrant of which…

Salam Freihat • 30 Jan 2024

Gaza Supporters Subject to Arrests, Phone Searches, and Network Interference in Jordan and Palestine

In the days following October 8, Jordanians mobilized in solidarity with the people of Gaza, who, to this day, are…

Wafaa Khairy • 30 Jan 2024

Power Cuts in Egypt Undermine Remote Work

Egypt has faced a notable power outage since last July due to the government’s “load shedding” initiative. Responding to increased…

Asmaa Fathy • 30 Jan 2024

Egypt: Online Violence Against Women on the Rise

“As I was checking my phone before bed, I stumbled upon pornographic images of me, accompanied by lewd comments that…