SMEX • 15 Dec 2022

Red Card on Digital Rights: A summary of Qatar’s foul plays

It’s been three weeks since the start of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and even if football matches…

  • Digital Rights
  • FIFA World Cup
  • Hayya app
SMEX • 11 Nov 2022

Mandatory App, Opaque Policies: The Policy Void that Threatens the Privacy of Qatar World Cup Attendees [REPORT]

For the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, a plethora of technologies are being deployed including smart city tech, drones,…

  • Digital Rights
  • digital safety
  • FIFA World Cup
SMEX • 26 Oct 2022

2023 SMEX Fellowship on Technology and Human Rights

  • Advocacy
  • Digital Rights
  • Fellowship
Ragheb Malli • 23 Sep 2022

Libya: Online Voices Silenced with Violence

  • Communications Shutdown
  • Digital Rights
  • Freedom of speech
Rema Abdelrahman • 08 Aug 2022

Palestine: Online Work Booming despite Occupation Constraints

  • Business and human rights
  • Digital Rights
  • Gaza
amel gimish • 18 Aug 2021

Telecommunications in Sudan at the Mercy of the US Dollar

In December 2020, people in Sudan found themselves paying more for the same old Internet data bundles, without necessarily finding…

  • arab world
  • COVID19
  • Digital Rights
Abed Kataya • 11 Jan 2021

A New (Non-)Privacy Policy from WhatsApp? [A comparison between messaging applications]

Tech and media companies are exploiting free, popular apps to increase their access to  personal data; and WhatsApp has just…

  • Apps security
  • Digital Rights
  • Digital Rights
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